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Citing potential health risks, City Council panel rejects plan for homes near the 110 and 91 freeways

A key committee of the Los Angeles City Council rejected a plan Tuesday for putting 15 homes near a freeway interchange, in part over the potential health risks from car and truck pollution. The council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee unanimously declined the request from businessman...
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