Coal Plants Get Blame for Air Quality

A week of bad air in Wisconsin.



Stagnant air and a March thaw has led the DNR to issue air quality watches for two-thirds of the state. Too many particulates in the air. Why all the pollution? look no further than your neighborhood coal plant, says Clean Wisconsin's Katie Nekol.   Big source of pollution, she says.   And




Nekola says the state's air quality is suffering from excess coal power generating capacity.

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