The growing U.S. Latino population, which includes millions who are uninsured, faces serious health and financial burdens brought on by air pollution,” Dr. Elena Rios, president of the National Hispanic Medical Association, said in a statement.

Latinos are less likely to have health insurance than any other racial or ethnic group; nearly one in every three (32.4 percent) Latinos lacks health insurance.

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