Our conversations with EHN reporter and author Krisitina Marusic and Debra Erenberg, Strategic Director of the Cancer Free Economy Network, about ridding our economy and lives of the many toxic chemicals now causing increasing rates of cancer. Also on this show, Peter Winslow gives an update on some big issues with Philadelphia’s city owned gas works.
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