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March 2, 2009 4:45 PM

In snowy D.C., thousands protest against coal power

Out of the thousands who swept the nation's capitol to push for environmental policy changes on Monday, a group from Kentucky’s Appalachian region — an area known for crushing poverty in the shadows of the state’s coal mines — stood front and center.

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