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SALUD AMBIENTAL: El transplante de pulmones de Mario Juarez es el precio que pagó por vivir en Jurupa Valley

Los Juárez creen que las causas de la enfermedad pulmonar de Mario ha sido la exposición prolongada a contaminantes producidos por camiones que circulan  alrededor de su colonia Mira Loma Village Mario Juárez, de 59 años, en su casa en Mira Loma Village, Jurupa Valley. (Anthony Victoria/CCAEJ)   This article was first published February 12,.....

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Let’s Clear The Air ( February 8, 2019)

Featuring: Gracie Torres, Western Municipal Water District & CCAEJ Board Member

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AB 617 meetings a great platform to discuss indirect source rules

Miguel Rivera is a resident of Muscoy and member of the AB617 Steering Committee, charged with addressing pollution in the Muscoy/San Bernardino areas. This Letter to the Editor was published on February 5, 2019 on IECN. The promises of better jobs and improved living are not coming to fruition for working class San Bernardino residents......

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Inland Port may have upsides, but don’t downplay the downsides, Utahns are warned

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Aerial photos of various Salt Lake City points of interest including the inland port area near the international airport and Great Salt Lake. This article was first published on February 2,  2019 on the Salt Lake Tribune. By Brian Maffly Inland ports, like the one under development in.....

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California’s Becerra Gaining National Clout for Legal Challenges

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has made the environment a priority. Photographer: Stephen Lam/Getty Images This article was first published January 31, 2019 on Bloomberg Environment. He’s the top law enforcer for the world’s fifth-largest economy, and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is at the forefront of fighting the Trump administration’s attempts to roll back,.....

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The irony of Poverty Awareness Month in San Bernardino County

The San Bernardino County Government Center in San Bernardino on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)   This article was first published January 26, 2019 on The Sun. By ENRIQUE CAMACHO  San Bernardino County has declared January Poverty Awareness Month. How ironic that while the county is trying to.....

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Letter to the Editor: Reader does not want more warehouses

This Letter to the Article was first published January 24, 2019 on the Herald News. Dear Editor: We were so happy to read the article by Andrea Vidaurre on Jan. 11 about the logistic centers wanting to build a lot of new warehouses in the Fontana/Bloomington area. There are already so many warehouses that have.....

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Let’s Clear The Air (January 23, 2019)

Featuring: San Bernardino Generation Now

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With 2020 Census coming — citizenship question or not — there’s a push to count every head in Inland Empire

This March 2018 file photo shows an envelope containing a 2018 census letter mailed to a U.S. resident. Supervisors in Riverside and San Bernardino counties recently voted to join a committee formed to promote a full and accurate count of Inland residents in the 2020 census (AP File Photo).   This article was first published.....