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Sen. White: Energy bill could cost up to 200 coal jobs in Routt

Senator says law intended to cut emissions could affect Twentymile

Colorado House Bill 10-1365

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The future of coal in Northwest Colorado is a focus of “Fueling Thought: Energy Summit 2010,” hosted by Yampa Valley Partners and to be held May 13 and 14 at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion in Craig. For information, an agenda and registration details, visit http://www.yampavalleypartners.com and follow the “Energy Summits” link.





Colorado House Bill 10-1365, also known as the Colorado Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act, was signed into law Monday. State Sen. Al White said the law could result in a loss of 200 coal jobs at Routt County's Twentymile coal mine.
Matt Stensland