Officials with We Energies said the tests they have done are not showing that coal is present in his home, but Pringle said he’s had tests done that show there is coal dust in his home and letters from doctors saying that his family’s health issues could have been “exacerbated” by it.
The family is in the process of filing a lawsuit against We Energies over the matter.
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