Big Coal's Political Contributions To Congress Pay Off


As President Obama makes ever clearer his incomprehensible desire to do even more for the corporate sector than he has already, one industry that will certainly be reaping rewards is the coal industry, whose contributions in the 2010 mid-term elections were even greater than during the Presidential year of 2008.

Facing a host of new health and safety regulations, Big Coal spent millions of dollars in lobbying and campaign donations to influence the makeup of Congress

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