(Washington, D.C.) - Oregon, Washington, and eight additional states have recently declared their intention to sue the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over its wood stove regulations. The states argue that the current standards set by the EPA are not stringent enough, and the agency has failed to adequately review and enforce its policies. The forthcoming lawsuit will claim that the EPA allowed the sale of wood-burning stoves that contribute to pollution. The EPA has chosen not to provide a comment regarding the pending litigation. The states are expected to file the lawsuit within the next two months.
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