Voices of Power: Salazar on the Mountaintop Mining Reversal
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Voices of Power: Salazar on the Mountaintop Mining Reversal

Interior Secretary Salazar explains his reversal of Bush policies including mountaintop mining regulations and growing up on a farm without electricity or phone and selling the interior department to Jon Stewart.Video by Pierre Kattar and Jennifer Crandall/The Washington Post

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