The President Donald Trump Administration is a peace-loving group of men and women as far as coal is concerned. First, the president himself, then his Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator, and finally Vice President Mike Pence all proclaimed the end to our government’s “war on coal.”

The administration, with bipartisan support from Congress, has done much to halt Washington’s regulatory barrage on coal production and use. Spiking the cannons that former President Barack Obama relentlessly fired from his regulatory agencies has likely spared the coal industry from a steeper, perhaps irreversible decline.

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