February 5, 2013

What's Wrong with the Domestic Coal Market?

Editorial, Las Vegas Review-Journal


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When government agencies team with the environmental lobby to handicap an American industry, the eventual cost in jobs and diminished prosperity is not hard to foresee. . .

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TAGGED: Domestic Energy Production, Domestic Energy, Coal Energy, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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