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Fight big energy

Dear Editor:

I am just one more voice reminding our Legislature of their responsibility to future generations. The battle goes on between money (big energy firms) and the little people who want clean air and water, and a sustained Earth on which to live.

I implore our Legislature to consider the “little people” and future generations, and hold back the advances of the energy companies. It’s a classic argument: immediate gain vs. quality of life (and maybe life itself) for the future.

Tana Leonhart


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