California sees rising air pollution due to fires, drought
Clip: 10/14/2021 | 4m | Video has closed captioning.
Smoke and dust are blanketing central California. Air pollution is a chronic problem in the San Joaquin Valley but it is now reaching levels unlike any previously seen. With no measurable rainfall in weeks, and little chance of rain in the forecast, there is no end in sight. Community reporter Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado joins Judy Woodruff from Fresno with the latest updates.
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