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- Tom Hamburger an investigative reporter who covers the White House and executive branch for the "Los Angeles Times."
- Roger Horton founder of Citizens for Coal
- Siobhan Hughes reporter for the Wall Street Journal covering energy and the environment
- Judy Bonds Co-Director of Coal River Mountain Watch
- Joe Lovett Executive Director of Appalachian Center for the Economy and the Environment in Lewisburg, West Virginia.
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