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(Reuters) - Pennsylvania on Monday announced plans for new levies and stricter rules for natural gas drilling, which has been blamed for contaminating local water supplies.

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California proposes rules to spur clean car growth

(Reuters) - California's powerful air quality regulator on Wednesday proposed sweeping new rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles, including putting 1.4 million electric, plug-in and...
 

U.S. investigators look at welds on Chevy Volt: memo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. auto safety regulators are examining welding as part of their investigation into battery fires in Chevy Volts that could lead to a recall for the plug-in car.
 

Senate bill would shield U.S. airlines from EU law

(Reuters) - A Republican senator introduced legislation on Wednesday to shield U.S. airlines from a law set to take effect in Europe that would charge carriers globally for aircraft emissions.
 

Monsanto ups guidance, cites South American sales

(Reuters) - Monsanto Co. raised its outlook for first-quarter earnings on Wednesday, helped by strength in its seed businesses in Brazil and Argentina.
 
 

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