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Port of Long Beach's Steinke responds to clean trucks program lawsuit

As the nation's second-busiest seaport, the Port of Long Beach moves more than $100 billion in goods annually and faces some serious environmental challenges. During today's OnPoint, Richard Steinke, executive director for the Port of Long Beach, discusses the port's environmental initiatives and reacts to the Natural Resources Defense Council and Sierra Club lawsuit against its clean trucks program. Steinke also explains why he believes there are signs of economic recovery coming out of the ports.