A miner who works for Calvary Coal Company, shovels coal from under a belt line at the Redbird Coal Mine in Redbird, Kentucky.
A miner who works for Calvary Coal Company, shovels coal from under a belt line at the Redbird Coal Mine in Redbird, Kentucky. David Stephenson/Lexington Herald-Leader
A miner who works for Calvary Coal Company, shovels coal from under a belt line at the Redbird Coal Mine in Redbird, Kentucky. David Stephenson/Lexington Herald-Leader

Coal industry hopes it has place in Obama's energy plan

March 16, 2009 06:00 AM

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