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Tony Barboza

Tony Barboza is a reporter who covers air quality and the environment with a focus on Southern California. He has been on staff at the Los Angeles Times since 2006,is a graduate of Pomona College and completed a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado.
Lawmakers seek $16 million to expand Exide lead cleanup beyond yards

A long-overlooked source of contamination in neighborhoods near a closed Vernon battery recycler could be cleaned under a push by state lawmakers to target the grassy strips between sidewalks and streets.

Will Trump's pick to run the EPA office in San Francisco show up for work?

The White House finally found its man to take on the stress and grief of running EPA's headquarters for California and the southwest in San Francisco. Except the guy — a climate denier and Trump loyalist — refuses to live in San Francisco. He may be put in charge anyway.

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