Other states are polluting our air. Now N.J. is suing to get much-needed relief.

MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – It’s a major threat to air quality in New Jersey, but it blows in from other states.

Ozone pollution is an ongoing problem in the Garden State, because it makes the air thicker and makes breathing harder.

But a large amount of the air pollution plaguing New Jerseyans is created in states like Ohio, Indiana and Michigan before blowing eastward. It’s a problem that the United States Environmental Protection Agency is supposed to address under the Clean Air Act, but New Jersey officials say the feds have been missing in recent years …

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