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Testify at the Legislature on Coal Exports

On Monday, Feb. 4, at 3 PM the House Energy and Telecommunication's Committee will hear a resolution on the wonders of coal and how federal officials and our U.S. Senators should support coal exports. This is a great opportunity to talk about the problems with coal exports and coal generally. If you are around or know someone who is who wants to give our state energy committee an earful, let's talk! Even though resolutions don't mean much, this is an opportunity to give out good information and support our friends in the Capitol who are trying to do the right thing on climate change and coal exports.

Here's the bill language: Contact Kristen Walser at[masked] to coordinate carpooling.

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