Dennis Flannigan, Retired Pierce County Councilmember, WA State Rep, Secretary of Point Defiance Aids Project, and a Pioneering Community Leader with many credits, Part 2
April 23, 2019

Interview by Gary Kanter: Dennis tells his story of how he became an activist who made things happen from the West Coast to the East Coast.

We Do The Work Comment: Clean energy costs are being reduced and soon coal will be priced out.

 


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