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A cynical gimmick against Cape Wind

October 27, 2009

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The claim that the Nantucket Sound must be declared a national historic site because the Wampanoag tribes need an unimpeded view of the sun to practice their religion is a transparently cynical attempt to thwart Cape Wind. One of the tribes involved even proposed its own wind turbines near the Martha's Vineyard cliffs that have been declared a cultural site for the tribes. The state should reject this appeal quickly. (Full article: 397 words)

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