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Black people and other minorities face the most exposure to chemical disasters, according to a new study.

Three environmental groups released a report Thursday that finds 134 million people around the country live near a chemical facility. But black people are 75 percent more likely and Latino people are 60 percent more likely to live in these areas.

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