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Taking Stock Of America's Toxic Sites And The Millions Living Near Them
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Taking Stock Of America's Toxic Sites And The Millions Living Near Them

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Taking Stock Of America's Toxic Sites And The Millions Living Near Them

Taking Stock Of America's Toxic Sites And The Millions Living Near Them
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An article in the December issue of National Geographic looks at toxic waste sites in the U.S. and the more than 49 million Americans who live near them. NPR's Eric Westervelt talks with writer Paul Voosen about his piece.

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