Most Americans probably missed watching an important hearing on the job-killing EPA that took place on July 26, 2011.
The hearing was held by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. It was appropriately titled “Lights Out: How EPA Regulations Threaten Affordable Power.”
One of the panelists at the hearing was Mike Carey, president of the Ohio Coal Association.
Carey issued dire warnings to the committee members on the destructive regulations being imposed on the coal industry by Obama’s EPA.
Carey noted that the coal companies his organization represents directly employs more than 3,000 persons in Ohio, and more than 30,000 secondary jobs that depend on the coal industry.
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