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Foreign Demand Offsets U.S. Environmental Issues

October 29, 2013

WHEELING — Federal regulations may make it hard for coal mined in Marshall County to be burned in the United States, but spiking energy demands in Asian cities such as Beijing and New Delhi should......

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anutterview

Oct-29-13 8:08 PM

caltransplant "same idiots..same opinions"

That's ok Cal, you don't mind if I call you Cal do you, good. Cal your shorthand is kind'a neat, but please feel free to post your opinions in full. When Hoopee and Wonder fail to offer their Democratic cut-and paste we can always count on your post to get our daily laugh.

Thanks again Cal, your posts are some of the best.

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caltransplant

Oct-29-13 6:57 PM

same idiots..same opinions.

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UNCOMMONSENSE

Oct-29-13 5:36 PM

"Federal regulations may make it hard for coal mined in Marshall County to be burned in the United States"

Not really

At one time EVERY ohio vally home and business heated with coal

And there are virtually no restrictions on what I can burn to heat my home so I burn COAL!

The cost of heating my home has dropped drastically since the coal boiler was installed

Unlimited heat for pennies

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daWraith

Oct-29-13 1:07 PM

Thanks Mike :)!

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mikeyd

Oct-29-13 12:14 PM

i couldn't have said it better,wraithy.our government is so dumb.

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Thebudman

Oct-29-13 10:16 AM

"a law"

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Thebudman

Oct-29-13 10:16 AM

Don't worry. The democrats will pass forbidding China & India's polluted air from entering our airspace.

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daWraith

Oct-29-13 10:01 AM

But if it is TRULY "one world", and we are all in it "together" then if the USA cleans up it air by says 25% and China and India muck it UP by 50%, it seems that the world air quality gets WORSE for the USA but our costs of higher energy prices is increased.

Sounds like that scenario is called "Lose-Lose" for the USA.

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