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AG nominee Bill Barr's tangle with the Clean Air Act

President George H.W. Bush's attorney general, Bill Barr, who may step into the role again under President Trump, played a role in a 1992 Clean Air Act clash, a notable controversy for a nominee poised to lead the Justice Department as it handles more and more cases involving environmental rollbacks and reinterpretations of cornerstone anti-pollution measures.

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