The Air We Breathe: Better But Not Good Enough

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In advance of Air Quality Awareness Week, the American Lung Association has released its annual report on the state of our air. The short version: More than four in ten Americans, or 127 million people, still breathe unhealthy air, with 10 cities in California the most polluted; Santa Fe, N.M. has the cleanest air in the country; 22 of 25 cities with the most ozone pollution improved their air quality; much work remains.

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