Air pollution kills thousands of Americans every year. Here’s a low-cost strategy to reduce the toll | Opinion

By Jason West and Yang Ou About 1 of every 25 deaths in the U.S. occurs prematurely because of exposure to air pollution. Dirty air kills roughly 110,000 Americans yearly, which is more than all transportation accidents and shootings combined. When the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency weighs decisions about air pollution regulations, it typically selects … Continue reading Air pollution kills thousands of Americans every year. Here’s a low-cost strategy to reduce the toll | Opinion