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September 18, 2012

West Virginia Miners: ‘We Want to Not Be Forgotten’

Washington Times — The tumble for coal is not projected to stop, according to an economic report released in September by the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy. The report suggests that coal jobs are up for now, according to Executive Director Ted Boettner, but the long-term projections are not good. Read

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