Mary Nichols Was the Early Favorite to Run Biden’s EPA, Before She Became a ‘Casualty’ February 9, 2021

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“We need bold and courageous action right now to defend environmental justice communities who are on the frontlines of receiving the brunt of the air pollution and emissions,” said Martha Dina Arguello, executive director at Physicians for Social Responsibility in Los Angeles. “At the end of the day, the policies have just never gone far enough in terms of prioritizing environmental justice communities.”

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