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Low-cost, reliable electricity from coal powers households and businesses across America. Regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency, however, will jeopardize our access to affordable power and will cause electricity prices to skyrocket.

What Does EPA's Plan Mean to Your Home State?

Coal is one of this nation's dominant sources of energy. Click on your state to see its electricity portfolio, how it's affected by energy policy, the people and places behind the coal-based electricity industry, and latest news regarding energy in your area.


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.@RepShimkus asks #POTUS return home to see what his #energy policies have done to the families he used to represent //

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From when you hit the alarm clock in the morning, to the time you hit the hay at night, #coal powers your day. //

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#Obama is demanding that every citizen pay for an accomplishment so small it cannot be measured. @texashammond //

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No matter how ordinary our everyday routines may seem, we rely on #coal-based #electricity to keep our lives running //

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#Coal industry has suffered not b/c of market forces, but because of one man's political agenda. @billingsgazette //

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RT @RepShimkus: As both an IL and U.S. Senator, Obama championed downstate Illinois coal jobs. But that was then and this is now: //t

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