What’s wrong with this picture?
Chicago, aka “the City of the Big Shoulders,” seems to be trying to muscle Michigan out of its current position as the nation’s electric vehicle capital.
What’s their secret? Huge public support and encouragement from the Mayor, the City Council and State and Federal Governments.
Coal ash contains a toxic mix of substances known to be hazardous, including heavy metals such as arsenic, mercury, lead, and selenium. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found that a community’s cancer rate is as high as one in fifty when drinking water is polluted with arsenic. Lead, mercury, and other heavy metals in coal ash may also cause developmental disabilities in children. We’re leading the fight to protect our communities from coal ash – will you join us?