In Kentucky’s coal country, a resentment for Obama

National Public Radio: If the voters in Louisa, Ky., had their wish, Mitt Romney would have taken the oath of office Monday. Louisa is in eastern Kentucky, and "coal" was the one-word issue in the election. President Obama is seen as an enemy of coal mining and he got only 27 percent of the vote in the county. And now comes word that Louisa is going to lose its biggest industry - a power generating plant that's been burning coal since 1962. Stand outside the courthouse in Louisa, a small town of 2,000 people, and......

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