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California must invest in cleaning up polluted communities

Pump jacks stand in a field being developed for drilling using fracking near Lost Hills in 2014. David McNew Getty Images

This op-ed was originally published June 1, 2018 on the Sacramento Bee

Gasping for air in an asthma attack. Heart problems, cancer, stroke. These are the consequences of fossil fuels for millions of people in California’s most polluted communities, where 92 percent of residents are people of color.


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