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By Mackubin Thomas Owens
Americans suffer from damage to the fossil-fuel-dependent U.S. economy
Topic - Jim Dougherty
A power plant that provided electricity to the U.S. Capitol for decades and still heats and cools the iconic building and its surrounding offices is raising questions about whether coal's days are numbered as an American fuel of choice, particularly in the symbolic heart of the nation's capital.
He held up "surveillance photos" from a four-month period that, he said, shows the coal had been "frequently consumed and then resupplied during the last heating season."
He added later, "We could test the few hairs on my head and find arsenic."