Sonaar Luthra

founder of Water Canary

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Sonaar Luthra on KCRW

Measure W is meant to raise money to clean and capture rainwater. LA County residents voted to pass it in 2018. Is it making a difference?

Angelenos have put tax dollars into recycling rainwater. Worthwhile?

Measure W is meant to raise money to clean and capture rainwater. LA County residents voted to pass it in 2018. Is it making a difference?

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