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Stephen F. Lynch and James McCaffrey

The conservation connection

By Stephen F. Lynch and James McCaffrey
June 14, 2006

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SEVEN million gallons. That's how much gasoline Massachusetts drivers use every day. With the price of a gallon surging past $3 and continued instability in the Middle East, it's time to take action locally to conserve fuel and reduce our future dependence on oil. By encouraging commuters to use public transportation instead of roadways, we can do both. A rail ... (Full article: 731 words)

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