Some low-income communities live with unhealthy emissions from metal recyclers, rock cutters and other polluters, but they're under the radar of agencies like the EPA. After years of prodding by community groups, the LA City Council is looking at ways not just to toughen regulations but replace the polluters with green industries. We hear about "Clean Up, Green Up." Also, we talk with LA District Attorney Steve Cooley about possible corruption indictments in the office of County Assessor John Noguez. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, JP Morgan Chase's $2 billion loss on risky gambles: does it make the case for more regulation?
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