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Dave McKinley, A Top Recipient of Coal Money, Pushes Coal Ash Deregulation Bill to a Vote

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July 23, 2013The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote this week on a bipartisan bill, introduced by Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., that would limit the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate the management and disposal of coal ash. The bill would allow each state to implement and enforce its own coal ash disposal programs.

How much money has McKinley received from the coal and electric utilities industries? Read more

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Key Companies

CompanyContributedRelated bill positions
Koch Industries$2,991,3140
National Mining Association$1,296,00020

Key Legislators

SenatorsParty/StateRelated bills sponsored
Mark Udall[D-CO]25
Mike Enzi[R-WY]22
John Barrasso[R-WY]21
House MembersParty/StateRelated bills sponsored
Rush Holt[D-NJ]27
Nick Rahall[D-WV]27
Raúl Grijalva[D-AZ]26

Key Industries

Numbers on this page (except for Latest Bills) include latest available data for contributions and bill positions starting January 1, 2007 through the present. For date range numbers on Latest Bills, visit the bill page.