Coal’s decline has forced staunchly anti-Obamacare politicians to reconsider Medicaid expansion, while rural communities depend on tele-health more than ever.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hammered healthcare systems in rural populations already struggling with the loss of coal jobs and health coverage.
Gordon’s administration is preparing a July 1 bid to Occidental Petroleum for 1 million acres of land and 4 million mineral acres, using a process that won’t require legislative approval.
Coal communities in Wyoming and Appalachia are vital revenue engines for their rural regions, and they both face major downturns with little time to adjust. A new project investigates what the regions can learn from one another.
In a rebuttal to a recent op-ed by Bob LeResche, Glenrock Energy CEO Terrence Manning says the defence of idle well bonds was based on bad math.