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Re: Docket No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2018-0794

A vast body of science recognizes that air toxics from coal plants can cause or contribute to neurological damage in developing fetuses, chronic respiratory diseases, various cancers, and other severe harm to human health and ecosystems. I strongly urge you to finalize a rule with the strongest mercury and air toxics standards possible. Cutting back on mercury pollution will have an immediate impact on public health, while also putting us on a path toward a cleaner and healthier future for our children and grandchildren.


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