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McKinley Coal Ash Bill Passes House

39 Dems join GOP to advance legislation

July 25, 2013

WASHINGTON - Rep. David McKinley's legislation placing states, rather than the U.S....

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anutterview

Jul-26-13 11:03 AM

Smoker: "Teabillys often mistake opinions for facts."

I don't know any of the Teabilly clan so I reserve judgment on that OPINIION.

are you a relative of the Teabilly family?

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anutterview

Jul-26-13 10:23 AM

smoker:

If following blindly is your definition of patriotic, I guess I don't qualify.

Sorry about that, have a wonderful day.

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dyingov

Jul-25-13 9:57 PM

smoker, Name me one politician at the state or federal level that is not paid for by the special interest groups? Follow the money....

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Chokingsmoker

Jul-25-13 9:15 PM

Teabillys often mistake opinions for facts.

Sad, but true!

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Chokingsmoker

Jul-25-13 9:10 PM

Attention: "anutterview"

My leader is called the President of the United States. You are really a patriotic one, aren't you?

Yes, I read it and I went back and read it again.

"...includes new safeguards on coal ash impoundments that weren't part of an earlier version of McKinley's bill that never came up for a vote in the Senate."

Congressman McKinley works for Bob Murray and folks who funded him and not the average folks in his district.

Pathetic, sad and probably CRIMINAL!

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anutterview

Jul-25-13 4:58 PM

choker: Never fear, the Senate will have to vote on this bill and the your all-knowing Obama will have to sign it before it becomes law.

The chances of anything logical getting past the Senate and then approved by the President are far from sure.

However, if you fearful leader does sign the bill, he can always blame a Republican for initiating it.

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anutterview

Jul-25-13 4:54 PM

choker: Did you even read the article? It says that the bill increases safeguards for coal ash impoundments. It also says that regulation of coal ash, with EPA oversight, has been delegated to the states.

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Chokingsmoker

Jul-25-13 3:10 PM

YES! Great job Congressman McKinley.

We now see that you are working only for the coal executives/stockholders and not for the coal miners or the Citizens of your district in West Virginia.

You actually want to deregulate these huge piles of waste?

Congressman McKinley do not care what happens to people who live near these waste piles?

Huge fly ash piles are very dangerous things Congress McKinley and you have just made them even more dangerous.

You are beholding to voters Congressman McKinley, are you not?

Is Congressman McKinley really that smarmy?

How do you, Congressman McKinley, sleep at night?

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