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Suzanne Paulson

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Suzanne Paulson on KCRW

LA's notorious air pollution is dropping in part because the vehicle fleet is getting a lot cleaner.

Particulates in Los Angeles

LA's notorious air pollution is dropping in part because the vehicle fleet is getting a lot cleaner.

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