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Schumer calls on EPA, CDC to help LI, NYC with mosquito problem

Calling it "one of the worst mosquito seasons that we've had," Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Sunday called on the EPA and CDC to help Long Island and New York City get rid of the pests that carry the West Nile virus. Credit: Craig Ruttle

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