Polluting the Poor 

TEP's southside coal plant keeps on pumping out noxious gases

The coal pile rises like a black tide, spreading long and deep in the flats along Interstate 10. If Tucson Electric Power has its way, this fuel will eventually feed the Sundt Generating Station, contributing to a haze in our skies and,…

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