(KCPW News) Although Utah leaders frequently participate in efforts like the Clean Air Challenge, 2012 looks to be the year the Utah Legislature could actually take action on the state’s notoriously bad air quality by passing a new law. Democratic Representative Patrice Arent’s bill, which cleared the House Public Utilities and Technology Committee Wednesday with bipartisan support, would create an Air Quality Task Force to look at how to change state regulations or law to make a change. KCPW’s Jeff Robinson asked her who would serve on this task force and what it would do.
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