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April 12, 2011 | Article

Tr-Ash Talk: Coal Ash "Mr. Smiths" Go to Washington

Members of Congress are going to hear from coal ash activists this week. But it’s going to be more than just phone calls and emails; 45 citizens from nine states are flying to Washington D.C.  to tell their coal ash stories to elected representatives and administration officials.

March 29, 2011 | Article

Tr-Ash Talk: Making Money, Having Fun

World News with Diane Sawyer to cover the story of the residents of Bokoshe, OK, and their fight against cancer, asthma and toxic coal ash

March 28, 2011 | Article

Coal Ash Conundrum—The Biggest Loser?

The verdict is in. the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency turned a blind eye to coal ash reuse during the Bush Administration, and, in fact, the agency went a considerable way toward promoting reuses that were dangerous to human health and the environment. 

March 14, 2011 | Article

Tr-Ash Talk: Reaching Beyond Rhetoric

“We all have a responsibility to ensure that the American people have facts and the truth in front of them, particularly when fictions are pushed by special interests with an investment in the outcome.”  - EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson in testimony before Congress on March 10 in response to false claims by Republicans and special interest groups concerning the reach and impact of proposed regulations.

March 8, 2011 | Article

Tr-Ash Talk: Under the Influence

When members of the House of Representatives return to their districts for April recess, many should be called to task for supporting a budget rider that would kill a coal ash rulemaking designed to protect the health, homes and livelihood of their constituents.

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