Vermont Legislature Testimony, Vermont Senate Health & Welfare Committee Hearing on Health Issues Associated with Wind Turbines, and some testimony given in the House Natural Resources & Energy Committee

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Luann Therrien and her daughter Bailey, testifying to the Vermont Senate Health and Welfare Committee, April 24, 2013Screen shot 2013-04-27 at 11.03.17 AM

  • Video of Luann Therrien’s testimony: https://vimeo.com/64765558
  • Audio of full hearing.
  • Evening news coverage of the health committee hearing, which begins with coverage of a 4 turbine 2.5 MW Goldwind project that has not been operating for much of the last week.

House Natural Resources and Energy Committee Testimony on S.30

Audio:

House Natural Resources and Energy Committee April 16, 2013

Audio:

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One Response to Vermont Legislature Testimony, Vermont Senate Health & Welfare Committee Hearing on Health Issues Associated with Wind Turbines, and some testimony given in the House Natural Resources & Energy Committee

  1. purslane says:

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