Fighting for coalfield fairness

I joined thousands of workers from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio in Pittsburgh to urge the EPA to implement reasonable and affordable pollution regulations for coal-burning power plants. The rally proceeded two days of hearings in Pittsburgh regarding the federal plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 percent by 2030. My HB 2354 would develop emission curbs at least cost to Pennsylvania ratepayers and protect the 63,000 men and women in Pennsylvania who work in jobs supported by the coal industry.

I joined thousands of workers from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio in Pittsburgh to urge the EPA to implement reasonable and affordable pollution regulations for coal-burning power plants. The rally proceeded two days of hearings in Pittsburgh regarding the federal plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 percent by 2030. My HB 2354 would develop emission curbs at least cost to Pennsylvania ratepayers and protect the 63,000 men and women in Pennsylvania who work in jobs supported by the coal industry.



I joined thousands of workers from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio in Pittsburgh to urge the EPA to implement reasonable and affordable pollution regulations for coal-burning power plants. The rally proceeded two daya of hearings in Pittsburgh regarding the federal plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 percent by 2030. My HB 2354 would develop emission curbs at least cost to Pennsylvania ratepayers and protect the 63,000 men and women in Pennsylvania who work in jobs supported by the coal industry.

I joined thousands of workers from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio in Pittsburgh to urge the EPA to implement reasonable and affordable pollution regulations for coal-burning power plants. The rally proceeded two daya of hearings in Pittsburgh regarding the federal plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 percent by 2030. My HB 2354 would develop emission curbs at least cost to Pennsylvania ratepayers and protect the 63,000 men and women in Pennsylvania who work in jobs supported by the coal industry.