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|Tuesday, November 16, 2010|
An Australian coal company wants to build a coal export terminal at a Longview, Wash. port for exporting to Asia.
The controversial move would export 5.7 million tons of coal each year, as activists are trying to shut down coal power plants in Washington and Oregon.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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