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March 26, 1985

The Environmental Protection Agency ordered new rules to give refiners more flexibility in meeting limitations on lead content in gasoline. The rules will not affect overall levels of lead usage, which are being reduced under a policy change announced earlier this month, the agency said. Meanwhile, compliance with anti-pollution laws has not caused a significant decline in industrial productivity in the United States, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said in a study.

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