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’It’s real.’ Latinos, African Americans most likely to view pollution as a serious health threat

“More than 60% of Latinos in the U.S. reside in four key states that have historically experienced extreme events,” according to the agenda. “This includes wildfires and droughts in California.”

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“More than 60% of Latinos in the U.S. reside in four key states that have historically experienced extreme events,” according to the agenda. “This includes wildfires and droughts in California.”

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