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Lora Wondolowski

Environmental challenges for next governor

By Lora Wondolowski
July 10, 2006

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MASSACHUSETTS HAS long been a leader on environmental issues, from its early passage of the bottle-return bill to its pioneering reduction of toxic chemicals. The state's residents rank clean air and water high on their list of concerns and expectations from election candidates, and it is rare to find a candidate here openly hostile to the environment. (Full article: 650 words)

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