Opinion

August 26, 2014

Washington state should reject coal terminals

Despite President Obamaâ™s climate policy urging less reliance on coal at home and abroad, the federal government has taken a hands-off approach to proposals to build northwest terminals capable of exporting more than 100 million metric tons of coal annually. Itâ™s been left to the states of Oregon and Washington to determine the future of coal exports for America.

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