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Judge blocks coal mine expansion, citing lack of adequate climate analysis

A federal judge blocked a proposed expansion of an underground coal mine in Montana because the project’s climate change impacts were not adequately considered by the Trump administration. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy ruled Monday that the federal Office of Surface Mining (OSM) inflated the economic benefits of the 176 million-ton expansion of Signal Peak […]
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