We are about to mark six months since last November’s wildfires left painful scars across California. As we look back on those awful days, we might prefer to forget the putrid smoke that briefly made our air the worst in the world.

But for thousands of workers forced to labor in fields or construction sites without masks while air quality maps reached alarming shades of purple and crimson, the long-term health consequences may just be beginning.

Read more at: https://calmatters.org/articles/commentary/health-care/