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Clean Air Act of 1963

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency states, "The Clean Air Act of 1963 was the first federal legislation regarding air pollution control. It established a federal program within the U.S. Public Health Service and authorized research into techniques for monitoring and controlling air pollution."

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