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|Friday, August 21, 2009|
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is working toward new rules to cut down on mercury emissions from cement plans nationwide. But a plant in Eastern Oregon - deemed the worst mercury polluter in the country - is making an effort to stay open and save its 116 workers from losing their jobs.
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