U.S. Interior Dept Axed Health Study on Coal Without Clear Reason

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The U.S. Interior Department has been unable to adequately explain why it cancelled a $1 million study on the public health impacts of mountaintop removal coal mining, the agency’s inspector general office said in a report released on Tuesday.
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