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Environmental group says Jacque 'misinterpreted' Shirley Wind study

9:48 AM, Jan. 6, 2013
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An environmental group that studied noise produced by wind turbines dismissed a state representative's claim that "dangerous levels" of low-frequency noise were found at Shirley Wind Farm, and said he "misinterpreted" the study's findings.

Clean Wisconsin, the group that conducted the study and advocates for clean energy, said Rep. Andre Jacque's statement, which called for the Public Service Commission to suspend permitting for wind projects, was premature.

"You can't conclude anything from that testing about what's causing those people's symptoms ... it's kind of like the ...

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