An Obama administration plan calls for spending $1 billion over five years to repair damage to land and water from abandoned coal mines, with the goal of tying the reclamation work to projects that would provide a longer-term economic boost.
An Obama administration plan calls for spending $1 billion over five years to repair damage to land and water from abandoned coal mines, with the goal of tying the reclamation work to projects that would provide a longer-term economic boost. Herald-Leader
An Obama administration plan calls for spending $1 billion over five years to repair damage to land and water from abandoned coal mines, with the goal of tying the reclamation work to projects that would provide a longer-term economic boost. Herald-Leader

Hillary Clinton's plan to help coal country gets mixed reviews in Eastern Ky.

November 12, 2015 07:22 PM

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