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Gov. Jack Dalrymple speaks Oct. 13 during a federal Environmental Protection Agency hearing in Bismarck on proposed federal rules for regulating air pollution that causes hazy air.

Judge: Air quality falls under state control

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BISMARCK (AP) -- The North Dakota attorney general said he's hoping a judge's ruling on a dispute over air quality rules will convince a federal agency to adopt a state Health Department proposal on haze pollution from two power plants.

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