: Public transportation, including subways and buses, will be free for the public in Paris for the next three days due to unusually high levels of air pollution.
The French Health Ministry also issued warnings for the elderly, pregnant women, children and those who suffer from respiratory issues.
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Photo: The base of the Eiffel tower in central Paris through a haze of pollution on March 14. (KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP - GETTY IMAGES)
A Florida state legislator sponsored a bill last year to move HS start times later state-wide and cited the science behind it, but was shot down by superintendents mainly for the bus availability problem.
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