Diane B., OHI have a very important reason to fight for clean air to breathe, because my daughter and I have asthma and live in the suburbs of Cleveland. I checked the statistics for the city's ozone levels, air pollution, etc. That is why I have to be involved to fight for clean air, so we can breathe easier. Thank you to the American Lung Association for fighting for people with breathing difficulties.
First published: May 1, 2013
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