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Ua paʻakikī ʻē ka hele ʻana i ka hoʻomaʻemaʻe koko ʻia ʻana no kekahi mau kupa kuaʻāina. Kuhi ʻia, e hoʻopilikia ana ka piʻi ʻilikai i kēia mau mea.
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Getting to and from dialysis is already a challenge for some rural Hawaii residents. Sea level rise is expected to make things worse.
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This project is supported by a grant from USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism 2022 California Impact Fund.
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This project is supported by a grant from USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism 2022 California Impact Fund.
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The future of transportation in Fresno County rests largely with Measure C, a local sales tax that is expected to raise more than $6.8 billion for roads, highways, and public transit over the next 30 years.
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“If the bus is running late, that makes me late, you know,” one resident said. “For my important things I have to do, I have no choice.”
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For 35 years, Fresno County’s Measure C — a half-cent sales tax dedicated to transportation — has dramatically shaped the landscape of metropolitan Fresno.
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If the first version of Measure C was about freeways, the second version gave a nod to a future where it could be easier to walk, bike or take transit, while keeping commutes easy for drivers.
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Danielle Bergstrom speaks with Veronica Garibay, the co-founder and co-director of Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability, an environmental justice organization based in Fresno.
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This story is part of a series produced for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 California Fellowship.

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