Rudy Whitcomb

Los Angeles Area Helicopter Noise Coalition

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When President Obama signed the federal budget, it included a  new law  that attempts to reduce the noise from helicopters in Los Angeles County.

Will a New Helicopter Noise Law Make Anyone Happy?

When President Obama signed the federal budget, it included a new law that attempts to reduce the noise from helicopters in Los Angeles County.

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