Morgan Cook

Orange County Register

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Investigative reporter for the Orange County Register

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The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County have spent a decade and $430 million to build a railway system that would carry the county's trash to a landfill out in the desert.

LA's Multi-million Dollar Trash Train to Nowhere

The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County have spent a decade and $430 million to build a railway system that would carry the county's trash to a landfill out in the desert.

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