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L.A. County wants health impacts study of Porter Ranch gas leak and Exide battery plant pollution

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors directed the health department Tuesday to start planning a study of the possible health impacts associated with a massive natural gas leak and a shuttered battery recycling plant that over decades spewed toxic pollution. The Porter Ranch natural gas leak...
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L.A. County wants health impacts study of Porter Ranch gas leak and Exide battery plant pollution

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors directed the health department Tuesday to start planning a study of the possible health impacts associated with a massive natural gas leak and a shuttered battery recycling plant that over...

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