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U.S. House passes bill on coal ash

W.Va. and Ohio reps in favor

July 26, 2013

WASHINGTON — A bill preventing coal ash to be classified as a hazardous waste by the Environmental Protection Agency includes health and safety protections from deficient impoundments, a West......

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denver

Jul-26-13 6:42 PM

Most of the time McKinley is a joke. "As for coal being our primary economic crutch" Why do you think we're one of the poorest states in the nation?

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manydemocrats

Jul-26-13 9:38 AM

Denver the rest of you {THE WORKING CLASS} don't matter. You and others don't have the amount of money required to buy your own Congressman...

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RealityInTheMOV

Jul-26-13 9:02 AM

Good for McKinley. I was nervous about voting for him, but he's turned out to be a great Representative for our state. Denver, you need to get with the program. We currently have no other options for WV besides coal and natural gas. The shale movement is just beginning, so, for now at least, coal is still our primary economic crutch. However, you can't explain logic to a liberal.

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denver

Jul-26-13 5:04 AM

You might know McKinleys "signature" piece of legislation would be for king coal! How about the rest of us?

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