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Resource ID: #21439
Subject: Pollution
Source: Boston Herald
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Date: 7/2/90

Description

Chemical emissions are on the rise in Massachusetts, and federal officials want to impose tougher laws so polluters will clean up their acts. Currently, state and federal laws do not prohibit CFCs, even though they eat the ozone and let in unfiltered ultraviolet light that can cause skin cancer and alter the global food chain. This article covers how many CFCs are released in Massachusetts, why they are so prevalent, the potential harm that they could cause and possible solutions to the problem.

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