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L.A. to Replace 3 Gas Power Plants

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California is pretty focused on its green agenda, which is now more ambitious than ever with a goal to be carbon neutral by 2045. Environmentalists say meeting that goal means natural gas, once considered a clean alternative to coal, has to go. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced plans Tuesday to replace three aging gas power plants with clean energy.
Reporter: Larry Buhl


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