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September 17, 2010

Powerful Film About Coal Ash in Oklahoma

Our Oklahoma Beyond Coal Campaign folks have recently launched their new website - and it features this amazing documentary about one small town in eastern Oklahoma that is coping with a coal ash dump. Watch "In the Air We Breathe" now, all about the town of Bokoshe and its health problems caused by the nearby toxic coal ash.

Shocked? You should be. And Bokoshe isn't the only town in the U.S. struggling with the health and environmental hazards of toxic coal ash. Learn more about coal ash here, and tell the Environmental Protection Agency that we need strong federal safeguards for coal ash.


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