News from Neighboring States for Feb. 18, 2018: Lawmaker says California’s emissions-reducing program is an “excise” tax that unfairly renders Utah coal uncompetitive, in violation of the U.S. Constitution.

Utah’s Coal Hollow strip mine near Alton hopes to tap federal coal near its current operations, which are running out of coal to mine. Lawmakers are proposing to direct $2 million to the mine’s lawyers to wage a legal assault on California’s climate policies, which the say are imposing an unlawful “excise” tax on Utah coal and putting miners out of work./ Photo courtesy of EcoFlight

Lawmakers considering spending millions to sue California and fight the ‘war on Utah coal’

Colorado: CU Boulder grapples with plummeting support of higher education among conservatives

New Mexico: Bond backers: Rural identity at stake

How one Trump tweet could change the course of California‘s 2018 elections

Las Vegas: Caesars to check all ‘Occupied’ rooms on daily basis



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