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Environmental Votetracker — Aug/Sept 2018 issue

Chart showing how Appalachian legislators voted on recent environmental legislation.

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Environmental Votetracker — June/July 2018 issue

Chart showing how Appalachian legislators voted on environmental legislation

Chart showing how Appalachian legislators voted on recent environmental legislation.

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Environmental Votetracker — April/May 2018 issue

Chart showing how Appalachian legislators voted

Chart displays how Appalachian House and Senate members voted regarding several environmental issues in February and March.

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Environmental Votetracker — Dec. 2017 / Jan. 2018 issue

chart showing how Appalachian legislators voted

How Appalachian House and Senate members voted regarding several environmental issues in October and November.

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Environmental Votetracker — Oct/Nov 2017 issue

Chart showing legislators' votes

How Appalachian House and Senate members voted regarding several environmental issues in August and September.

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Environmental Votetracker — Aug/Sept 2017 issue

chart of legislators' votes

How Appalachian House and Senate members voted regarding several environmental issues in June and July

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Environmental Votetracker — April/May 2017

Appalachian legislators

How Appalachian House and Senate members voted regarding several environmental issues in February and March.

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Environmental Votetracker — Aug/Sept 2016

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See how Appalachian congressional representatives voted on several environmental issues during June and July 2016.

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Appalachia’s Environmental Votetracker – Dec. 2015/Jan. 2016

See how Appalachian congressional representatives voted on several environmental issues during fall 2015.

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Caught Between a Budget and a Hard Place

An Obama administration proposal would direct funds to workforce training and reemployment programs in the coal-bearing communities of Appalachia and increase the budgets of agencies focused on economic development, but regional politicians are slow to embrace the plan.

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