1,300 wells under review for air quality

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Apparently this action was not ‘frivolous’ defined as (Merriam-Webster): having no sound basis (as in fact or law). The plaintiffs got the BLM to actually account for, analyze, consider and mitigate air quality impacts from oil and gas, which even Mr. Ludlam—albeit in an indirect way—acknowledges exist. Those impacts can and do affect pubic health, with children, elderly and infirm most at risk.  All that is simply fact.  Its a victory for everyone that is concerned about ground level ozone and other air quality impacts from this industrial activity.



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