Safe to say they will loose their jobs.
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It’s safe to say Nathan Huff is not a fan of the new Environmental Protection Agency regulations that mandate a 30 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2030.

Huff is a coal miner in the Ohio Valley, and the regulations, he and others believe, will cost them their jobs.

“People need jobs,” he said. “These are high-paying, good jobs for people. They are basically cutting them.”

Despite several reports that predict the EPA’s proposed regulations will have “no meaningful environment benefit,” nearly 600,000 people will lose their jobs by 2023, many of them in the coal industry, according to Heritage Foundation research.