Jan 29: 478 Cleveland doctors and nurses write Mittal Steel



CLEVELAND -- "Since the spring of 2007, 478 Cleveland area doctors and nurses have written Mittal Steel's plant manager Terry Fedor urging the Cleveland manager to work on pollution prevention at the downtown mill. These doctors and nurses state that air pollution can cause or worsen lung and heart diseases, along with aggravating asthma and emphysema. In Terry Fedor's written response to Cleveland doctors and nurses he says "a myopic focus on our factory won't solve the problem," Liz Ilg, Cleveland Area Program Director, Ohio Citizen Action.