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Momentum builds in support of export terminals

— Spokane business, trade and policy groups are voicing their strong support for several proposed coal export terminals, while expressing concern over potential federal control on U.S. exports. Greater Spokane Inc., The International Trade Alliance, and the Washington Policy Center have urged the White House Council on Environmental Quality to refrain from any action that would put U.S. exporters at a competitive disadvantage to global counterparts when evaluating export proposals and facilities. The comments come in response to a recent request by Governors Inslee and Kitzhaber that federal agencies evaluate exported products based on greenhouse gas emissions.


4/30/2013 1:03:34 PM | Mariah said:

Why Ed Clark are you just sharing GSI's position with the heading "momentum builds in support of coal terminals"? What about the many Spokane businesses who are opposed to coal exports and who met with City Council members last year before the City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for Spokane's impacts to be included in a coal export EIS? I wonder if GSI & BNSF & pals are just pushing this news item because of the recent formation of the Leadership Alliance Against Coal... Either way, the above is clearly just one narrow side of the story.

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