Years of bi-partisan support to reduce emissions close to shore is being challenged by bi-partisan lobbying successes that say "don't worry about it."
The cruise-ship industry wants an emissions-averaging plan that would allow it to burn the same heavy fuel it always has used in some areas, and it’s lobbying Congress for help.
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