“Naming the history of a problem in our black community does not discount the experiences of our rural white communities. It’s not an either-or argument. It’s an “and” discussion. And white, rural communities suffer from food insecurity, too.”
Glatfelter Company must bear “the costs related to remediation of mercury contamination released from the Ecusta Mill’s Electro-Chemical Building,” said the U.S. Court of Appeals last week.