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California dirty air costs over $28 billion a year: study

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California is losing $28 billion annually in health-related costs because of air pollution in and around Los Angeles and in its San Joaquin Valley, according to a report released on Wednesday.

The two regions in the most populous U.S. state routinely rank among the nation's dirtiest in terms of air pollution.


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