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June 07, 2017 (City Weekly)

Despite the toxic rhetoric from @realDonaldTrump and Rep. Mike Noel, there likely is a future for something other than coal. The Deseret News has been following a series from Utah Foundation on the future of coal, and despite optimism, it just isn’t good. Diversification is likely the key, and that might take some buy-in from the state government. Unemployment in coal country is 50 percent higher than the state as a whole, making the issue about what types of jobs to attract. Meanwhile, in a Salt Lake Tribune story Noel wrongly assumed his Torrey constituents were anti-drilling because, you know, it’s Torrey. Ultimately, it’s up to each coal town to remake itself.

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