“People shouldn’t be treated like household garbage,” said Dennis Poust, interim executive director of the Catholic conference.
WINDSOR TERRACE – Proposed legislation to allow the remains of deceased people to be composted and reduced to the ground – the way that recyclable food waste is handled – is being pushed back by local Catholics.
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