“‘Tennesseans will now have a real opportunity to make their experiences known and their voices heard. This is a demonstration of the power people can have when they raise their voices to policy makers. The faith community in Tennessee is very concerned about the health of God’s people and God’s creation. We can only hope and pray that this decision will help lead to effective regulation and control of noxious coal residues,’ said the Rev. Douglas B. Hunt, executive director of Tennessee Interfaith Power and Light.”
Crossville Chronicle, September 27, 2010
Crossville Chronicle: EPA sets Knoxville hearing on coal ash
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