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On Refinery Row, an Effort to Expose Health Problems

Terrence Henry of KUT News and NPR's StateImpact Texas spoke with one longtime resident of Corpus Christi trying to get families to speak out about the health problems they've faced living on what some call Refinery Row.

Steam rises from the stacks at the Martin Lake Coal-Fired Power Plant in Tatum, TX March 30, 2011.

A Corpus Christi neighborhood sits right in the middle of several plants that have appeared on federal environmental watch lists. Terrence Henry of KUT News and NPR's StateImpact Texas spoke with one longtime resident of the area trying to get families to speak out about the health problems they've faced living on what some call Refinery Row.

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