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|Tuesday, June 15, 2010|
Nancy Ellen Locke and her neighbors have been fighting for three years to stop a proposed strip mine in Coos Bay.
Different scientific studies about the dangers of mining in the area show contradicting views of the danger, and the mine is on track to happen anyway.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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