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Just yesterday, Berkeley Energy Group announced that it will start building the largest solar installations in the state of Kentucky, on top of the site of abandoned strip mines:
In other coal news, it was on this day in 1914 that the militia was called in to end a coal strike in Ludlow, Colorado. The militia was called in by the Rockefeller family, who owned Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation. Ultimately, 66 men, women, and children were killed, but the strike did not improve the working conditions of the workers.
The biggest improvement that could be made in the state of Kentucky, though, is political. Now that Mitch McConnell has been found guilty of accepting money from the Russians, his career may finally start to nosedive.