All Together Now!: Yvonne Taylor
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Governor Kathy Hochul just signed the first-in-the-nation cryptocurrency mining moratorium. The law will put a two-year pause on new and renewed air permits for fossil fuel power plants that house proof-of-work cryptocurrency mining, and requires the state DEC to conduct a study into the practice's climate and environmental impacts. WOOC's Mark Dunlea talks with Yvonne Taylor of Seneca Lake Guardians who helped led the grassroots effort.
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