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“…if you’re anti-oil and gas, you’re anti-Texas,” declared Rep. Harvey Hilderbran, a Republican from Central Texas. Leaving no room to negotiate.
New research in a study released Monday has identified that the emissions rate predicted vs the actual emissions from the OilSands project could vastly underestimate the impact of pollution. This raises questions whether the data used in the State Department’s study is using accurate data.
More than 500,000 people live in the region, and the Lancet study and other reports have documented cancer rates far above the national average. While no study has sought to prove a direct link, a World Health Organization report conducted with national and local health institutions documented clusters of liver, kidney, pancreatic and other cancers in areas known as dump sites.