Federal Health in Las Vegas Essay by Drew

Federal Health in Las Vegas
A look into Las Vegas' health issues.
# 3758 | 1,240 words | 3 sources | 2002 | US

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This paper examines the pollution problems facing Las Vegas. The author argues that Las Vegas has in the past violated major health standards and has been the major culprit in air pollution. This paper analyzes how the city of Las Vegas can address the problem. Included is an analysis of health risks to the local population, risks effecting the environment, as well as economic and political issues relating to the problem.

From the Paper:

"Next to the famously smog-clogged Los Angeles, Las Vegas is one of the most polluted cities in the United States. (Clean Fresh Air.com) In fact, according to the EPA, Las Vegas was the only city in the entire country that violated all the federal health standards for the three major types of air pollution between 1989 and 1998. The prime culprit was dust from construction and unpaved roads and lots. This statistic is particularly shocking when one considers the fact that on a national basis, the levels of all six federally regulated pollutants decreased between 1989 and 1998. ("EPA Reports Las Vegas Violated Air Pollution Standards.")"

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