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Donald Trump Can’t Save the Coal Industry

During Tuesday’s vice presidential debate, Republican Mike Pence recited a litany of woes overhanging the U.S. economy. “We’ve seen an economy stifled by more taxes, more regulation, a war on coal, and a failing health care reform come to be known as Obamacare,” he said in his opening statement. He repeated versions of this catechism several times, uttering the phrase “war on coal” four more times.
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