Going 'Green' Isn't Always Pretty While many people want to be environmentally sensitive, it's sometimes hard to stomach what it takes to be "green." Poughkeepsie Journal reporter Michael Valkys talks about the lengths people go to for the sake of a healthier planet.
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Going 'Green' Isn't Always Pretty

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Going 'Green' Isn't Always Pretty

Going 'Green' Isn't Always Pretty

Going 'Green' Isn't Always Pretty

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While many people want to be environmentally sensitive, it's sometimes hard to stomach what it takes to be "green." Poughkeepsie Journal reporter Michael Valkys talks about the lengths people go to for the sake of a healthier planet, and how those practices could actually be breaking the law in some towns.