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“What was happening in the early 2000's was the [LA] Port was growing at double digit pace year-in year-out. It got to the point there was a lot of pollution around here. And there were health studies showing diesel particulate matter was a cancer causing agent.”
—Phillip Sanfield is a spokesperson for the Port of Los Angeles.
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