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LETTER: Clean energy would make healthy state

Published 08/17/2012, Superior Telegram

To the editor: Wisconsin’s prolonged heat wave and drought are hurting our communities by contributing to repeated air quality violations for ozone and particle pollution. Wisconsin currently draws approximately 63 percent of its power from coal-burning plants and when temperatures rise, many utilities are forced to burn even more coal to help meet the increased electricity demand.

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