New York's Bloomberg Works to Bring Down Da Noise

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg mounts a campaign against noise pollution, the top complaint on a police "quality of life" hotline. New Yorkers are annoyed by the racket from car horns and personal stereos — and from loudspeakers coaxing people into bars and restaurants. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

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