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      My campaign is to prevent people from littering the streets of Los Angeles so the streets of L.A. will be clean and provide a nice environment for our citizens. This campaign is important to me because I want my city to look nice.  I am concerned about how other Americans view my city and want to eliminate LA’s “nasty and dirty” image. I want to see a clean Los Angeles. This anti-litter campaign will help environmental efforts across the country to aid in the fight for clean air. This campaign will also help beautify Los Angeles and give residents a sense of pride and concern for their community.

       

      People should support my campaign to endorse clean air and effects to clean up the community. It would greatly benefit LA and the rest of the country by offering a resolution to litter waste concerns. Besides, who wants to live in a dirty city?!

       

      I pledge to help out to not throw trash in the streets

      I pledge to everybody to recycle

      I pledge to out to give money to the green organization

      I pledge to throw all your trash in the garbage cans

      I pledge to have trash cans out side off your house so your area can stay clean

       

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      I am a native Californian in LA. I have been in serveral states (Tennesse, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Washingto D.C., Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Mass., New Jeresy, S. Carolina, and New Mexico) and I am amazed on how litter-free their highways, city streets and in some cases alleys are litter-free. I am puzzled how these states maintain this condition. I don't see crews picking up trash. I use freeways everyday and don't see people throwing litter out of their cars, so how is this trash lining our highways? Can you comment on this? Is there a anti-litter campaign in LA? Please respond, Thanks. Rob
      I am a native Californian in LA. I have been in serveral states (Tennesse, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Washingto D.C., Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Mass., New Jeresy, S. Carolina, and New Mexico) and I am amazed on how litter-free their highways, city streets and in some cases alleys are litter-free. I am puzzled how these states maintain this condition. I don't see crews picking up trash. I use freeways everyday and don't see people throwing litter out of their cars, so how is this trash lining our highways? Can you comment on this? Is there a anti-litter campaign in LA? Please respond, Thanks. Rob
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