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No CAB meeting on Jan. 4, 2018

There will be no Clean Air Board meeting on Jan. 4.   CAB’s next meeting will be Feb. 1.

The Journal of the American Medical Association has published a new study on deaths associated with air pollution.   The New York Times reported on this study.

“The researchers found that for each day-to-day increase of 10 micrograms per square meter in fine particulate matter (PM 2.5), the small particles of soot that easily enter the lungs and bloodstream, there was a 1.05 percent increase in deaths. For each 10 parts per billion increase in ozone, a main component of smog, there was a 0.51 percent increase.”

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