Panelists discuss the benefits of a coal terminal proposed for Cherry Point on Monday, June 22, in Bellingham. From left are Seattle-based union leader Lee Newgent, Washington State Farm Bureau CEO John Stuhlmiller, Bellingham-based union leader Mark Lowry, Western Washington University economics professor Hart Hodges, and Whatcom Business Alliance President Tony Larson.
Panelists discuss the benefits of a coal terminal proposed for Cherry Point on Monday, June 22, in Bellingham. From left are Seattle-based union leader Lee Newgent, Washington State Farm Bureau CEO John Stuhlmiller, Bellingham-based union leader Mark Lowry, Western Washington University economics professor Hart Hodges, and Whatcom Business Alliance President Tony Larson. RALPH SCHWARTZ The Bellingham Herald
Panelists discuss the benefits of a coal terminal proposed for Cherry Point on Monday, June 22, in Bellingham. From left are Seattle-based union leader Lee Newgent, Washington State Farm Bureau CEO John Stuhlmiller, Bellingham-based union leader Mark Lowry, Western Washington University economics professor Hart Hodges, and Whatcom Business Alliance President Tony Larson. RALPH SCHWARTZ The Bellingham Herald