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State's EPA chief Alan Lloyd focuses on clean cars, power plants, air quality

California was the first state to require auto pollution controls, and now it's planning tighter controls to address greenhouse gases. And air quality continues to be a major problem as the state struggles to meet federal standards. California Environmental Protection Agency chief Dr. Alan Lloyd joins OnPoint to discuss these issues and Gov. Schwarzenegger's environmental agenda.