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Marathon Petroleum: Bailout Of A Racist Polluter

The coronavirus bailout has given big polluter Marathon Petroleum a free pass to make Detroit residents sick.

The coronavirus bailout has given big polluter Marathon Petroleum a free pass to make Detroit residents sick. Journalist Alexis Goldstein and community activist Theresa Landrum tell us just how bad things already are in the city’s 48217 zipcode, which is the most polluted in the state of Michigan. Hear more in the following video.

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