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The biggest birthday party of the year has started in West Virginia.
Opponents of proposed coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest were dealt a blow Tuesday when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said it wouldn't conduct a broad environmental evaluation for the projects.
"U.S. coal exports drove economic growth both here at home and globally, adding $16.6 billion to the U.S. economy," said Hal Quinn, National Mining Association president. "In fact, coal represents the only net positive addition to our nation's trade b
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