Ozone levels along the Front Range are high, and thereâ€™s a dispute over who is responsible. Mike Silverstein, with the Air Pollution Control Division of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has proposed new state regulations on oil and gas emissions, and Ken Wonstolen, senior vice president of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, speak with Dan Meyers.
Colorados High Ozone Levels: Whos to Blame
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