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Don't drill, baby, drill

JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times

Chris Radulich, Michael Latshaw, 8, and Michael's mother, Jennifer Salmon, join Hands Across the Sand on Saturday in St. Pete Beach. Salmon said about her son, holding a protest poster he made: "I want him to understand you can make a difference. I try to encourage him to learn how to be powerful." Hands Across the Sand is a nationwide movement to eliminate dependence on oil and natural gas in favor of renewable energy sources like solar, wind and biomass (e.g., wood, crops and algae). For a video report on the protest, go to tampabay.com/video.

Don't drill, baby, drill 05/17/14 [Last modified: Saturday, May 17, 2014 7:22pm]
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