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FILE - Myrtle Felton, from left, Sharon Lavigne, Gail LeBoeuf and Rita Cooper, members of RISE St. James, conduct a live stream video on property owned by Formosa on March 11, 2020, in St. James Parish, La. A complaint says the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is ignoring the threat that new industrial facilities like Formosa's pose to already polluted areas. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan talks with Sharon Lavigne and other members of the group Rise St. James, as he tours a neighborhood next to the Nu Star Energy oil storage tanks, in St. James Parish, La., Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. The EPA is investigating whether Louisiana regulators are discriminating against Black residents by failing to control air pollution in parishes packed with refineries and petrochemical plants, a region some call cancer alley. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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Kole Jones, great grandson of Lydia Gerard, left, a member of Concerned Citizens of St. John the Baptist Parish, plays with a toy as she and fellow residents speak to The Associated Press in Reserve, La., near the Denka Performance Elastomer Plant on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. The investigation of the plant is part of a push by the Biden administration to prioritize environmental enforcement in communities overburdened by pollution. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)