It could become illegal and an anachronism to sit before a cheery fire on a chilly Southern California evening.We're in a crisis, alright. It's called the Nanny State.
The far-reaching proposal includes 37 measures to cut pollution from new commercial and residential developments, require businesses to install the cleanest possible equipment and use less polluting solvents and cleaners.
"We're in a crisis," said Barry Wallerstein, executive officer of the South Coast Air Quality Management District, or AQMD, which adopted the plan.
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