Louisville Courier-Journal: As Kentucky's once-powerful coal industry buckles, its political prominence takes a tumble

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By Chris Kenning, Morgan Watkins, and Joe Sonka.

GREENVILLE, Ky. — On a chilly February day in 2019, nearly 200 residents, some wearing miners' helmets and holding handwritten signs reading “Save Unit 3,” gathered in a Muhlenberg County park dotted with historic buildings from coal's heyday.

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