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Coal Train (Courtesy teeic.anl.gov)
Coal Train (Courtesy teeic.anl.gov)
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Public Comment Period Ending For Proposed Coal Export Terminal In Washington [AUDIO]

More than 14,000  comments have been collected after 7 public meetings across Washington about a proposed coal export terminal near Bellingham. Doug Randall reports. Gas prices in Wyoming continued to decline in the past week. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
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Gov. Matt Mead Says EPA’s Proposed Rules Bad News for Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead, in news release,  said that the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed standards for power plant emissions could be "very hurtful to Wyoming " and the entire country. Mead said the proposal likely means that there would be no new coal fired power plants built unless they have carbon capture and sequestration capabilities. Governor Mead said this is concerning because about 40% of the nation’s power comes from coal.  He said Wyoming will look at the proposal closely.

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Coal Mine (Sean Gallup/Getty)
Coal Mine (Sean Gallup/Getty)
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Proposed EPA Rules Could Hurt Wyoming Coal [Audio]

Doug Randall has a story on the effect that  proposed Environmental Protection Agency rules for coal-fired power plants may have on the demand for Wyoming coal. State Parks and Cultural Resources staff will hold a second meeting to update folks on flooding issues in Glendo State Park. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News

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