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Kamaile Nichols of EWA dressed as a green rabbit that represents pollution to the environment, attends a press conference held by Edison Wetlands Association (EWA) to demand Congress to reinstate Superfund Legislation that would tax petroleum and chemical industries in order to cleaning up the mess they make at these sites.  Right now, tax payers pay for the clean up.

Kamaile Nichols of EWA dressed as a green rabbit that represents pollution to the environment, attends a press conference held by Edison Wetlands Association (EWA) to demand Congress to reinstate Superfund Legislation that would tax petroleum and chemical industries in order to cleaning up the mess they make at these sites. Right now, tax payers pay for the clean up.

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