Obama’s war on coal takes heavy toll

By November 23, 2015Insights

Obama’s war on coal has taken a heavy toll: 30.7 percent of the coal miners in Kentucky have lost their jobs, Wyoming has suffered a 2.8 percent employment decline and there has been dozens of premature closure of U.S. coal-fired power plants.

“And all of this pain is for exactly nothing. New clean coal technologies keep these plants from polluting the air with soot, and the closing of coal-fired power plants has no effect at all on Earth’s temperature.”

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