Court approves delay in upgrading coal-fired power plants

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia gave states until May 31, 2004, instead of May 1, 2003, to reduce emissions of smog-forming nitrogen oxides. The Environmental Protection Agency issued the regulations in September 1998, though the rules were caught up in legal challenges until last June.

By JOHN G. EDWARDS

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