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W.Va. incident should be wake-up call to Ohio

January 21, 2014
The Marietta Times

West Virginia legislators protect the coal industry to the point where 300,000 citizens of Kanawha, Boone, Cabell, Clay, Jackson, Lincoln, Logan, Putnam, and Roane counties could not drink, bathe, or cook with their water because of a chemical called 4-methylcyclohexane. Do you suppose any of the citizens of these counties had any idea of what could happen if the coal industry got careless? They know now.

 
 

 

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