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Valley Watch, partners chalk up major victory with Indiana Gasification permit being revoked

March 9, 2015 = by John Blair, valleywatch.net editor First, I must say Hooray!!! Perseverance of real people fighting for their health and communities win a big one, beating back a ridiculous project that reeked of crony capitalism and corruption in … Continue reading






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A bad year for coal but not because of government regs

September 26, 2014 – by Jacob Barker in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch It was supposed to be a better year for U.S. coal producers. But railroad congestion, a mild summer and indications that coal prices have yet to hit bottom … Continue reading






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Legislature Receives Report Detailing Success of Energizing Indiana

August 19, 2014- Press Release from Citizens Action Coalition Discontinued programs delivered over $3 in benefits for every $1 spent On August 15th, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) submitted the Demand Side Management (DSM) Report to the Indiana General … Continue reading






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What Is The Future Of King Coal In China?

October 16, 2012-by Ailun Yang in WRIInsights When it comes to coal consumption, no other nation comes close to China. The country reigns as the world’s largest coal user, burning almost half of the global total each year. About 70 percent … Continue reading






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Japanese nuke disaster proves nuclear power foibles. Top Ten Reasons to Oppose Nuclear Power.

March 12, 2011, by John Blair, valleywatch.net editor. About ten years ago, I wrote the following Top Ten Reasons to Oppose Nuclear Power. Since then, proponents of the extremely expensive technology have assured us that they have changed and that … Continue reading






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