Comments for: Bad News For Breathers

Posted Aug. 27, 2012, at 1:25 p.m.

Sun Journal, Lewiston (Aug. 26) New England states should demand the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reverse a court ruling delaying tougher cross-state air pollution standards. The new rules would cost coal-fired power plants and their customers in the Midwest and Southeast about $1 billion, according to the EPA. But they …

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  • Anonymous

    Garble. the reality is we need coal fired plants for at least the next 50 years.  There are ways to produce power without coal or wind, gas or hydro, It’s been hidden because their is no money in it for the British… they need people dependent on the federal reserve note to survive. people have been killed  inventing machines that won’t make coroprate millons.

    • Anonymous

      Another rant of British domination from this poster.
      If we have coal fired power plants they need to be upgraded or retrofitted to reduce a number of pollutants.  Sure it will cost money to do so but we’ve all been living in a fools paradise for not doing it sooner.

  • Anonymous

    If Republicans win in November, it only gets worse.

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