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Media: N.C. Mother of Three Children with Asthma Behind Pres. Obama During Today’s Clean Power Plan Announcement

Posted by on Aug 6, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media: N.C. Mother of Three Children with Asthma Behind Pres. Obama During Today’s Clean Power Plan Announcement

“We are extremely proud of Laura as she stands up for her family and for many families across the nation making known the importance clean air has for our health,” said Alison Lawrence Jones, project manager for North Carolina.

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News: M&O Applauds Clean Power Plan that will Save Lives, Protect Public Health

Posted by on Aug 5, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

News: M&O Applauds  Clean Power Plan that will Save Lives, Protect Public Health

Susan Berryman Rodriguez, Project Director, Mothers & Others for Clean Air, a program of the American Lung Association of the Southeast, issued the following statement in response to the Clean Power Plan, announced by President Barack Obama:

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Media: LTE from M&O North Carolina Project Manager

Posted by on Aug 1, 2015 in Media Releases | 0 comments

Media: LTE from M&O North Carolina Project Manager

Gov. McCrory’s administration must adopt a Clean Power Plan that involves a collaborative stakeholder process, involving utilities, environmentalists and industry specialists. It is time North Carolina leaders look at the common-sense health benefits of the plan and ensure clean air for all North Carolinians, especially the children.

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Media: LTE in the AJC “Bad Air Ruins Health”

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media: LTE in the AJC “Bad Air Ruins Health”

This LTE was published in response to our two op-eds on the importance of strengthening the ozone stardnard. “One thing’s for sure. Bad air can ruin one’s health. It’s time to support those who are working to improve our air quality.” Thank you Art Must!

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