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GateHouse Anti-Wind Series Used Textbook False Equivalency

In the first part of our three-part series examining GateHouse Media's story "In the Shadow of Wind Farms," we examined how the GateHouse Media team ignored crucial analyses and studies highly relevant to their story
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