LA Councilman Seeks to Reward Telecommuting, Working at Home May 12, 2020

NBC Los Angeles

“We can build a healthier Los Angeles that tackles the issue of climate change, and it starts with rethinking how we commute and how we work,” Councilman David Ryu said.

Citing Physicians for Social Responsibility, Ryu’s office said air pollution-related illness costs Los Angeles roughly $22 billion a year.

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