Radicals try to silence Ladies Auxiliary’s “Coal in the Classroom” Series
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We urge you to contact the Beckley Register-Herald and register your support for the use of the Ladies’ Auxiliary “Coal in the Classroom” curriculum. Let them know our children deserve a balanced perspective of our state’s primary industry.

By George Hohmann

The Charleston Daily Mail Business Editor

ROANOKE - The senior vice president of the West Virginia Coal Association said that if energy independence and national security are at the apex of the nation's energy agenda, "we think positive things will follow.

"But when you start with items such as cap-and-trade legislation, expanding the energy portfolio to unrealistic quantities and focusing on climate change, all that follows will be negative and restrictive for coal and your basic industries."