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Implementing EPA's 2015 Ozone Air Quality Standards
Various interest groups have lobbied against strengthening the standards. In the 115th Congress,
the House has passed H.R. 806 to delay implementation of the 2015 NAAQS until the mid-2020s
and to make changes to the process of future NAAQS revisions. The House Appropriations
Committee reported a similar delay as a rider to EPA's 2018 appropriation (in Section 432 of H.R.
3354), but the final version of the appropriation (in H.R. 1625/P.L. 115-141) did not include the
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