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Topic - American Lung Association
The American Lung Association or ALA is a private, non-profit organization that "fights lung disease in all its forms, with special emphasis on asthma, tobacco control and air quality." - Source: Wikipedia
A report shows that progress on air quality has stalled in New Hampshire.
An air quality study says Wisconsin counties bordering Lake Michigan have unhealthy levels of pollution.
The American Lung Association gave North Dakota high marks for air quality Tuesday but said the rapid development in the western portion could become an area of concern.
Cities in California's Central Valley dominate the American Lung Association's annual rankings of the nation's worst air pollution that were released Wednesday, though traditional dirty-air leader Los Angeles still tops key categories.
Environmental groups say Pennsylvania's federally mandated plan to reduce smog would allow coal-fired power plants to emit more pollution than they do now.
Gov. John Kasich's plan to increase the tobacco tax to help fund a state income-tax cut is getting mixed reviews.
NPR is not the only partisan political organization that ought to have its public funding cut. Congress should put the American Lung Association (ALA) on the chopping block, too.