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Kemmerer

Westmoreland's Kemmerer mine is pictured Feb. 12 in Lincoln County. Coal has been mined in the area since the 1800s, and the current open-pit mine opened in 1950.

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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