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Conflict persists between the White House and a group of young Republican governors over clean air and water, and the next presidential election in 2000. According to commentator Keith Schneider, the White House’s new aggressiveness may be a turning point in the pitched struggle over environmental policy. Schneider is an environmental writer and executive director of the Michigan Land Use Institute in Benzonia.

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