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Despite a recent uptick in coal production in Colorado, the long-term trend is one of decline, with production falling from almost 40 million tons in 2004 to 25 million tons in 2010, said Mr. Sanderson.
"Coal mining provides stability and security to local communities, no question about it," said Colorado Mining Association President Stuart Sanderson. "But the industry is threatened by regulations that discourage and threaten coal use."