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Congress includes $10 million for Southwest Virginia coal communities in spending plan

Contact: Adam Wells, New Economy Program Manager, 276-679-1691, Thom Kay, Senior Legislative Representative, 864-580-1843, Gerald Collins Coal Mining Engineering Services LLC, 276-220-0150, Norton, Va. — A proposed federal spending bill that took shape in Congress over the


Virginia’s Appalachian Representatives

Robert Hurt (VA-5) A second-term representative whose district stretches from Charlottesville to the North Carolina border, Hurt has consistently voted to stop the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from limiting pollution from coal-fired power plants, including carbon and mercury pollution. He


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