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Published on May 3, 2012
Susan Connolly is a resident of Marshall, Michigan where more than 18 months later the largest tar sands oil spill in U.S. history is still being cleaned up. Susan and her children suffered in the days following the spill and Susan is a leader in the fight to make sure that the spill is cleaned up. Susan says, "This is the perfect opportunity to learn ... especially with the proposed Keystone pipeline that will run the same horrible crude. The only ones who benefit are the pipeline companies. The only job growth here is the workers cleaning up the spill." Watch for more on Susan's story.