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October 18, 2011 12:00 AM

EPA will not alter rules for farm dust

The federal government has decided not to change its rules on dust in the wind, giving Wichita one less pollutant to worry about and allaying fears that Kansas farmers would have to work to limit particulates kicked up from tractors and dirt roads.

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