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L.A. County Responsible for Polluted Runoff
In a victory for environmental groups, a federal appeals court panel has found Los Angeles County and the county flood control district responsible for discharging polluted storm runoff that flows down the Los Angeles and San Gabriel rivers to the Pacific Ocean.

The Los Angeles County Flood Control District contends that it is not to blame for the polluted storm runoff because its infrastructure does not generate or discharge pollutants. The three judge panel however, concluded that it did not matter if the agency was the root cause of the pollution because the district still controlled its flow toward the ocean.

 
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