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Topic - Peabody Energy
A St. Louis judge has blocked the city elections board from presenting voters with a local ballot measure designed to prevent Peabody Energy and companies that do business with the coal producer from earning state tax incentives.
The city of St. Louis wants Missouri lawmakers to block a local ballot measure designed to prevent Peabody Energy and companies that do business with the coal producer from earning state tax incentives.
Seven Washington University students have been arrested as part of a protest over the university's affiliation with the coal company Peabody Energy.
A student sit-in over Washington University's ties to coal company Peabody Energy is approaching its third week at the St. Louis campus.
A Gillette-area coal mine had to temporarily stop work near one of its crushers because of a problem found during an inspection last week.