By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – A group of local doctors recently proposed a list of prescriptions to address Utah's dirty air. Topping the list is a moratorium on new coal-fire power plants in the state, but supporters of proposed facilities like one in Sevier County argue that new plants are safe and a boon to the local economy. Wednesday, we'll look at the politics of coal in Utah and at coal's impact on people and communities.
- Read Jonah Owen Lamb's Killer Coal in the Salt Lake City Weekly.
- Utah Physicians for Healthy Environment
- Americans for Balanced Energy Choices
- Rocky Mountain Power
- Governor's Energy Policy