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Clamping Down on Car Washes?

Car washes, along with bake sales and silent auctions, are among the traditional techniques used to raise money for organizations. But some communities are clamping down on charity car washes because of concerns about how they impact the environment. Kojo explores the roots of the those concerns and how they're affecting charitable efforts in our region.

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