Politics & Government

October 14, 2013 6:13 PM

Group calls for plan, money to move beyond coal in Eastern Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky needs a strategic plan to diversify its job base and money to make the plan a reality as its coal industry withers, according to a regional economic development organization.

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