Melissa Lin-Perrella

Natural Resources Defense Council

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Attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council

Melissa Lin-Perrella on KCRW

The  Clean Truck Program  was enacted in 2008, and immediately challenged by the American Trucking Association.

US Supreme Court Takes Up Port's Clean Air Policy

The Clean Truck Program was enacted in 2008, and immediately challenged by the American Trucking Association.

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The  Ports of Los Angeles  and  Long Beach  are still this region's biggest stationary polluters, but the Port of Long Beach is claiming a  72 percent reduction  in cancer-causing…

Los Angeles Air Is a Little Bit Cleaner

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are still this region's biggest stationary polluters, but the Port of Long Beach is claiming a 72 percent reduction in cancer-causing…

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