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Post PacifiCorp sticking with coal, despite the cost

When it comes to power plant pollution, the spotlight in Oregon has been fixed on Portland General Electric and its plan to shut the Boardman coal plant by 2020 rather than invest $500 million to keep it running under stricter air-quality mandates.But when it comes to coal, PacifiCorp is king. That dependence is driving Oregon's second largest

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