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July 22, 2012 10:22 PM

Scherer report omits student study results

A “scoping report” by the state Department of Public Health includes all previous research about the possible health effects of Monroe County’s Plant Scherer -- except for the results of a small air and water study conducted this spring by University of Georgia students at the request of the Sierra Club.

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