The Energy 202: Trump Opened This Corner of Utah to Coal Miners. But Will Any Come?

From: Washington Post

“There were 166 cases the agency referred for prosecution in the last fiscal year, the Associated Press reports based on administration data obtained and released by the nonprofit advocacy group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. That’s the lowest amount of cases since 151 cases were referred in 1988 in the Reagan administration, per the AP, which adds the number of cases has been falling since Bill Clinton’s presidency. “We’re reaching levels where the enforcement program is lacking a pulse,” PEER executive director Jeff Ruch told the AP.”

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