With T-shirts and stickers, the opponents of a high-voltage transmission line showed they were organized and their loud applause showed they were the majority during a Public Service Commission hearing Thursday night at Moberly Auditorium.

Concerns about the use of eminent domain, the health risks of electromagnetic fields and the visual appearance of the Grain Belt Express line that would cross Randolph County dominated opposition comments. The appeal of jobs, tax revenue and the distribution of clean energy harvested from wind power highlighted the arguments from supporters.

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