Randy Stone grew up fishing and canoeing on the Lynches River near Johnsonville, SC. He loved eating the fish he caught but got sick from eating mercury laced fish. One of the causes of mercury in the environment is coal fired electric plants.
Randy Stone grew up fishing and canoeing on the Lynches River near Johnsonville, SC. He loved eating the fish he caught but got sick from eating mercury laced fish. One of the causes of mercury in the environment is coal fired electric plants. The State
Randy Stone grew up fishing and canoeing on the Lynches River near Johnsonville, SC. He loved eating the fish he caught but got sick from eating mercury laced fish. One of the causes of mercury in the environment is coal fired electric plants. The State

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November 19, 2008 12:01 AM

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