Volts and Revolt 

SunZia opponents call the power project classic greenwashing

Cottonwood-laced stretches of the San Pedro River are a bird-watcher's Xanadu, home to blue grosbeaks and green kingfishers, Western tanagers and crissal thrashers. But if power-industry honchos have their way, those feathered denizens may soon be dodging 130-foot steel-lattice towers and 500-kilovolt…

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