Xcel rate increase is contrary to energy goals November 14, 2022

Sharon Montes, MD, PSR Colorado | Daily Camera

As a physician, most important, are the impacts on the health of our children and most vulnerable populations. Production and burning of gas results in exposure to nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, small particulate pollution, volatile organic compounds like benzene and ozone.

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