In my downtown Washington neighborhood, a sign above my friend’s parking space waxes philosophical about a chronic urban problem:

Is there life after death?

Park here and find out.

At times over the last few years, many in the coal industry must have mused over the same question. It’s only natural after enduring a near death experience to wonder what, if anything, is on the other side. Luckily for coal, there is life after eight years of the previous administration and its dogged attempts to kill off coal — and with it the jobs, revenue and fuel diversity that coal provides.
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