Coalition opposes fracked gas-fired plant near Hermiston November 6, 2019

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“We’ve learned that fracked gas plants can generate huge quantities of smog-forming pollution, which contributes to the negative health disparities in our most vulnerable communities ” said Lluvia Merello, with Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility. “For the health of our lungs, communities and our climate, we cannot afford to keep fracking and burning fracked gas for power.”

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