Bill Caylor

President of the Kentucky Coal Association

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President of the Kentucky Coal Association, based in Lexington

Bill Caylor on KCRW

For the
past 20 years, coal operators have been removing the tops off peaks and ridges and
plugging up streams in the Appalachian Mountains,
one of the world’s oldest ranges,…

Leveling Appalachia's Ancient Mountains for Cheap Coal

For the past 20 years, coal operators have been removing the tops off peaks and ridges and plugging up streams in the Appalachian Mountains, one of the world’s oldest ranges,…

from To the Point

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