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Polis unveils plan to cut ozone emissions from oil, gas companies

Governor Jared Polis has released a plan that aims to decrease ozone pollution over the next two years. His plan will require oil and gas companies to cut nitrogen oxide emissions by 30% in 2025. That benchmark grows to 50% by the year 2030. Polis said these steps will significantly improve air quality and reduce pollution in Colorado. In a statement, the Colorado Oil and Gas Association said companies are committed to clean air and reducing emissions but say the governor’s targets are “ambitious” and will be “challenging” to achieve.

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