Wyoming is beset by a big-city problem: Smog
By Mead Gruver, Associated Press
Let’s see…does any of this sound familiar?
Wyoming, famous for its crisp mountain air and breathtaking, far-as-the-eye-can-see vistas, is looking a lot like smoggy Los Angeles these days because of a boom in natural gas drilling.
Folks who live near the gas fields in the western part of this outdoorsy state are complaining of watery eyes, shortness of breath and bloody noses because of ozone levels that have exceeded what people in L.A. and other major cities wheeze through on their worst pollution days.
The preponderance of the evidence has broken that so-called “clean energy” bridge.
STFU Ed Ireland and Gene Powell.