Saving jobs key issue at Homer City plant hearing

People want real jobs not phantom health benefits.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports:

In the shadow of the nation’s second-tallest smokestack, it was the promise of jobs — not environmental health benefits — that pulled more than 500 people into a state Department of Environmental Protection hearing to support a proposed $725 million pollution abatement project at the coal-fired Homer City power plant…

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