Reports: Minn.’s air pollution levels dropped, but still caused early deaths

Read the full story from Minnesota Public Radio.

Air quality in Minnesota has improved but air pollution continues to contribute to premature deaths and hospitalizations — and its impacts fall disproportionately on communities where health disparities already exist.

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