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Published: Sunday, Aug. 5 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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one old man
Ogden, UT

Totally, totally false nonsense here.

But there's no point in trying to respond to it because anyone who can't see the harm in mountaintop removal and fouling our air won't be willing to consider the truth.

freedomingood
provo, Utah

Hohum, I'm sure Obama will get around to closing ALL coal plants about the same time he takes all your guns and converts the country to a Kenyan, communist state.

I'm sorry you get so scared.

liberal larry
salt lake City, utah

Oh pleeeeeeeeeese, if you are going to run editorials by people funded by right wing think thanks at least you could mention it! Mr. Morris is associated with numerous conservative think tanks including the Koch brother funded Mercatus Center. Consider this an un-paid commercial for the coal industry.

procuradorfiscal
Tooele, UT

Re: "Consider this an un-paid [sic] commercial for the coal industry."

You mean, like the anti-coal article by Michael E. Kraft, in the same issue, was an unpaid ad for leftist tree huggers and Democrat politicians?

It actually looked sorta balanced-ish to real people.

freedomingood
provo, Utah

What has more truth is that the coal industry with it's complete lack of interest in limiting it's mercury and other heavy metal emmisions, is foolishly seeking to destroy America's ability to procreate.

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