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Federal PAC Donations Show Ohio Valley Lawmakers Raked In Thousands From FirstEnergy

Lawmakers from across the Ohio Valley have received nearly half a million dollars in campaign contributions from 2019-2020 from a political action committee associated with FirstEnergy Corp., the electric utility implicated in a $61 million bribery and racketeering scheme related to Ohio’s controversial energy bill that bailed out several struggling nuclear and coal plants.

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Pleasants Power Station Slated to Receive $12 Million in Tax Relief

West Virginia lawmakers passed a bill on Tuesday that will give a $12 million tax cut to a struggling coal-fired power plant in Pleasants County. House…

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Coal Comeback? Coal At New Low After Two Years Under Trump

It’s been two years since President Donald Trump took office and began rolling back environmental regulations on the coal industry.At a November rally in…

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Pleasants Power Station Gets Temporary Reprieve

A major coal-fired power plant in Willow, Island West Virginia will not close in January 2019 as previous planned. Pleasants Power Station will remain…

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