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The Bush administration will ease clean air rules, allowing power plants and refineries to avoid new pollution controls when expanding operations, administration sources said Friday.


Several energy executives raised at least $100,000 each for Bush's [2000] campaign, and the energy industry, including electric and mining companies, gave more than $2.8 million.

Many of the fund-raisers and donors were members of Bush's transition team, weighing in on energy and environmental policy as the president set up his administration.

Only America-haters need clean air.

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