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Herbert Wilson, Bismarck, letter: Rule affects both health and haze

Published 11/04/2011

EPA scientists have estimated that the pollution that comes from coal fired thermo-electric plants in North Dakota put an estimated 207 people at risk for premature death, 321 people at risk for heart attack and 3,500 at risk for an asthma attack.

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