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July 7, 1989 | LARRY B. STAMMER, Times Environmental Writer
Moving to counter arguments that their 20-year clean air plan would cost business and consumers too much to implement, regional air quality officials said Thursday that the proposal would save Southern Californians $9.4 billion a year in health-care costs. The savings estimate, contained in a new analysis by a team of specialists led by a California State University economist, far exceeds the $2.
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July 7, 1989 | LARRY B. STAMMER, Times Environmental Writer
Moving to counter arguments that their 20-year clean air plan would cost business and consumers too much to implement, regional air quality officials said Thursday that the proposal would save Southern Californians $9.4 billion a year in health-care costs. The savings estimate, contained in a new analysis by a team of specialists led by a California State University economist, far exceeds the $2.
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