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Puget Sound’s smoky air may be hazardous to your health

Smoke from wildfires burning in Oregon and California has wafted into Washington state, making it difficult to breathe for many people and aggravating problems for those who already suffer from underlying lung ailments. “It’s akin to being in a smoke-filled …


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