An Obama administration plan calls for spending $1 billion over five years to repair damage to land and water from abandoned coal mines. Legislation to do that has been endorsed by many local governments, Kentucky Reps. Hal Rogers and John Yarmuth. But the rest of Kentucky’s congressional delegation has yet to sign on.
An Obama administration plan calls for spending $1 billion over five years to repair damage to land and water from abandoned coal mines. Legislation to do that has been endorsed by many local governments, Kentucky Reps. Hal Rogers and John Yarmuth. But the rest of Kentucky’s congressional delegation has yet to sign on. File photo
An Obama administration plan calls for spending $1 billion over five years to repair damage to land and water from abandoned coal mines. Legislation to do that has been endorsed by many local governments, Kentucky Reps. Hal Rogers and John Yarmuth. But the rest of Kentucky’s congressional delegation has yet to sign on. File photo

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