Gov. Scott Walker proposes Wind Turbine Syndrome Study

Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin has proposed spending $250,000 to study the health effects of wind turbines.

"All peer-reviewed studies to date indicate using the wind is a safe way to generate electricity, far safer for human health than other forms of electricity production, such as coal," Tyler Huebner, executive director of RENEW Wisconsin, told HuffPost. 

"If approved and funded, this study should be specifically designed so that the results would be acceptable to the appropriate peer-reviewed science or medical journal. That way, this study would meaningfully expand the body of knowledge on wind and health."

 

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