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(KSL News) Mothers and physicians for clean air were in West Bountiful tonight.
The physicians were giving a presentation on the pollution that will come if another unit is added to the coal-fired Intermountain Power Plant near Delta. The moms were there in support.
The founder of the group Utah Moms for Clean Air, Cherise Udell, says Utah's bad air is already scaring away mothers.
"I found so many moms that were thinking about moving out of Utah because they could not stand the air any more," she said. "They don't want to subject their families to it any more. Also, [I found] mothers that were already in the process of moving."
The Utah Moms for Clean Air have tips on how you can help keep the air clean. We'll have more on this campaign to clean up our air on Eyewitness News in the days and weeks to come.