Gov. Chris Gregoire (left) talks to reporters with Steve Snyder (right) CEO and President of TransAlta Corp. at the coal-burning TransAlta power plant near Centralia, Washington.  (AP Photo)
Gov. Chris Gregoire (left) talks to reporters with Steve Snyder (right) CEO and President of TransAlta Corp. at the coal-burning TransAlta power plant near Centralia, Washington. (AP Photo) Associated Press
Gov. Chris Gregoire (left) talks to reporters with Steve Snyder (right) CEO and President of TransAlta Corp. at the coal-burning TransAlta power plant near Centralia, Washington. (AP Photo) Associated Press

In Centralia, Gov. Gregoire signs bill that ends TransAlta's coal use by 2025

April 30, 2011 12:00 AM

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