Right Wingers' Grandchildrern Suffer from Asthma and Other Lung Disorders, but Think it's OK to Breath Coal Plant Exhaust

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Sacramento Dave: I sent this link to my RW Sister in Kentucky whose grand children all suffer from asthma and other breathing disorders.: Coal-fired power plants are spewing dangerous poisons like mercury into the air our families breathe. Unfortunately, Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma is proposing a Congressional Review Act that would stop the EPA from regulating that toxic pollution—and it could come up in the Senate as early as this week. Open this link to go to the action page, http://www.e-activist.com/ea-campaign/broadcast.response.do?ea.url.id=92369&ea.campaigner.email=bW2Pk4JHoNb9QQ%2FSkSbKZfYck5tdu1JP&ea_broadcast_target_id=0 write a message to your Senators and give them a call. Thank you for standing up for clean air.

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