Media Telebriefing: New Poll Reveals Strong Support for Cleaner Gasoline and Vehicles
American Lung Association hosts telebriefing to release public views of stricter standards on gasoline and vehicle emissions
Washington, DC--January 28, 2013:
WHAT: The American Lung Association is releasing a new, nationwide bipartisan survey examining public views of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) setting stricter standards on gasoline and tighter emissions standards for light duty vehicles. The results show a majority of voters across the country supports strengthening standards that limit sulfur in gasoline, which will reduce pollution from cars, trucks and SUVs, protect public health and create jobs by encouraging innovation.
The American Lung Association will host a telebriefing to reveal public opinion on this issue and to discuss upcoming regulatory activity relevant to the new data.
Paul Billings, Senior Vice President, American Lung Association
Andrew Baumann, Vice President, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
Lori Weigel, Partner, Public Opinion Strategies
WHEN: Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 11 a.m. ET
RSVP: For dial-in information, or more information, contact Mary Havell McGinty, firstname.lastname@example.org; 202-715-3459.