Senate panel waters down coal-gas measure
"This is really a complicated issue and I certainly would not like to see the project die, but there are still very valid concerns," said Sen. Jean Breaux, D-Indianapolis.
Sen. Jim Tomes, R-Wadesville, said the plant would bring good-paying jobs to the constituents he represents.
"There's six-and-a-half million people in this state who aren't here today because they're working for a living or trying to find jobs trying to support their families. We all want jobs," he said.
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