2014 Air Quality Legislation (Part I)

A new Utah Foundation study notes that “The average adult breathes over 3,000 gallons of air each day. Studies show that ozone and short-term, high-level, inversion type particulate in this air can shorten life expectancy, exacerbate cardiovascular and respiratory issues, and increase infant mortality rates. There are also recent links to the incidence of autism in both PM2.5 and ozone.” Many…