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In CA: Who can be bothered with enviro regs amid a pandemic? Nine states say, 'everyone'

USATODAY.com Thursday, 14 May 2020
The state sues the U.S. EPA after it gives industries leeway to self-monitor their pollution. And a bar owner can write "Hang a politician" on his roof. Plus: I talk to UC San Diego music professor Anthony Davis, who won the Pulitzer Prize in Music for his opera, "The Central Park Five."
 
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