West Virginia

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| February 28, 2014
While government and industry have been slow to respond to the needs of the people...
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| February 23, 2014
Residents aren't satisfied with a choice between expensive bottled water from the store...
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| February 11, 2014
This is the third significant coal-related water pollution event in the Southeast in the past month...
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| February 10, 2014
Yesterday marked exactly a month since what is now said to be 10,000 gallons...
Amistad Dam, Texas. Photo credit: The Center for Land Use Interpretation

| January 24, 2014
“Basic emergency planning should not be treated as a state secret...
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| January 22, 2014
Almost two weeks after a storage tank was discovered to be leaking 7,500 gallons of the coal-washing chemical...
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| January 17, 2014
It took a few days after a state of emergency was declared across nine West Virginia counties and one-sixth of the state’s population was told not to drink...
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| January 10, 2014
As many as 300,000 West Virginia residents in nine counties have been told not to bathe, cook or wash clothes using their tap water, and...
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| January 10, 2014
Residents of nine counties in West Virginia have been told not to drink their water after a chemical used by the coal industry spilled...
Penny Greathouse sells her cows as livestock. She’s worried about the potential for leaks or explosions from the proposed natural gas liquids pipeline. Photo credit: Natasha Khan / PublicSource

| December 22, 2013
A proposed pipeline that would transport natural gas liquids from fracking in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia to petrochemical markets in...
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| December 11, 2013
Never has Sen. Rockefeller's leadership on health and safety issues been more needed in the coal mining...
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| November 21, 2013
Drilling in the six states that span the Marcellus and Utica Shale formations has produced far fewer new jobs...

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