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Washington Tribe Wants Feds To Halt Coal Project

The Lummi Nation presents the U.S. government with its objections to a proposed coal-shipping project on the shore of north Puget Sound, following its tribal council has voted to formally oppose the development.

Idaho Officials Want Coal Railroad Review To Include Their Communities

Northern Idaho officials are citing environmental laws in asking federal authorities to include local communities in reviewing a proposed coal railroad in Montana.

Oregon Allows Wyoming, Montana Into Coal Hearing

The state of Oregon is allowing Wyoming and Montana to participate in an appeal over a proposed coal terminal on the Columbia River.

NW Tribes Bring Coal Concerns To National Conference

Northwest tribes take part in a national gathering for native leaders in Washington, D.C., where top federal officials tell them they stand together in opposing climate change and supporting treaty rights.

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