Kentucky politics and environmental policy collide over coal ash issue
09/29/2010 07:27 PM
As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rolled into Louisville this week for its hearings on new regulations regarding coal waste, Kentucky officials rushed to weigh in.
The key point of debate between environmental groups and coal industry advocates is whether current regulations are enough and whether the state can adequately govern the industry.
Here’s the report:
- Kenny Colston
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