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Coal ash threatens, especially without regulation

January 26, 2010

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YOUR PAPER has run several stories about the December 2008 coal ash disaster in Tennessee, and the after-effects of the billion-gallon spill on the Harriman community. Lisa Jackson, administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, promised that the EPA was going to regulate coal ash ponds for the first time. Yet the one-year anniversary of the coal ash spill came ... (Full article: 193 words)

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