Pennsylvania's two largest cities are also two of the three-most smoggy cities in the Northeastern United States. The Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington area and Pittsburgh were ranked number two and three behind the Washington, D.C. area in a report released Thursday by the PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center. The report says Philadelphians experienced 97 unhealthy air pollution days in 2015, increasing the risk of premature death, asthma attacks and other adverse health impacts. The center said President Trump has taken an axe to important programs that could clean up the air, including a proposed budget that includes cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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