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EPA official: Coal 'communities should go away'

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Environmental Protection Agency Lisa Jackson implemented a climate change regulation demonstrating that EPA effectively required coal communities to "go away," according to the EPA's New England regional administrator, Curt Spalding. Spalding explained that the EPA doesn't want to say that in public, even though that's the effect of their policies. "Lisa Jackson has put forth a very powerful...

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