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Many are cheering the closure of a giant coal strip mine in Arizona, but thousands of Native Americans who burn coal for heat are scrambling. Alternative heat sources are scarce and expensive.

Hopi Tribal Members Face Lack Of Reliable, Affordable Fuel

By Melissa Sevigny NPR
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