Air pollution rates for cars to be published starting Friday

Air pollution rates for

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October 27, 2009 15:31

 
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How much air pollution a car emits and what its gas mileage is will become part of every advertisement starting Friday. Seven percent of every ad will have to detail the car's pollution level on a colored scaled from one to fifteen and its gas mileage. The new requirement is part of the Clean Air Act which was approved last year.

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