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Open Air: Demand for Wyoming coal may be declining much more rapidly than previously expected. What should the state do to prepare for the economic blow?
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Open Air: Demand for Wyoming coal may be declining much more rapidly than previously expected. What should the state do to prepare for the economic blow?

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Westmoreland's Kemmerer mine is pictured Feb. 12 in Lincoln County. The Virginia businessman who attempted to buy the mine blames his failed bid on Westmoreland's creditors.

Demand for Wyoming coal may be declining much more rapidly than previously expected. What should the state do to prepare for the economic blow?

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