Cecilia Vega

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In Los Angeles today, the  US Conference of Mayors  rejected lobbying from beverage companies and called for a study of bottled water.

San Francisco Mayor Cuts spending on Water Bottles for City Employees

In Los Angeles today, the US Conference of Mayors rejected lobbying from beverage companies and called for a study of bottled water.

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