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  • **FILE** Steam rises from the stacks of Basin Electric's Laramie River Station coal-fired power plant near Wheatland, Wyo., on Feb. 11, 2014. (Associated Press/The Casper Star-Tribune, Alan Rogers)

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  • He said the EPA shouldn't impose rules that cripple coal-fired electricity by requiring still-unattainable greenhouse reductions, but, instead, should gradually implement rules as new technologies to cut carbon emissions become available.

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  • "What he also says is we do have a responsibility to always do things better," Mead spokesman Renny MacKay said Thursday. "The coal industry has to be profitable if it's going to invest in the research and development of new technologies."

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