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Last EPA Hearing on Hudson PCB Dredging

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The Environmental Protection Agency held its last public meeting on a plan to dredge toxic PCBs from the Hudson River. The cleanup would cost half a billion dollars. General Electric Corporation has worked hard to discredit the government's proposal. As Brian Mann reports, the debate has left the community bitterly divided.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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