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Air board seeks Utah governor's veto for first time in a decade

Mar 6, 2017 - The Salt Lake Tribune

In a rare move, the Utah Air Quality Board has joined with local advocates in calling on Gov. Gary Herbert to veto a bill that would bar the state from regulating the burning of wood to cook food.

According to a letter to the governor, HB65 "would directly limit the board's ability to approve future air-quality regulation and enforce existing regulations" and "would prevent the board from developing sensible and science-based rules." The eight-member board, which includes local government

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