Michigan kills 7 coal plants

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Reuters reports...

Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm on Tuesday put plans for seven coal-fired plants on hold and called on the state to reduce use of fossil fuels for generating electricity to 45 percent by 2020.

Granholm, a Democrat, announced the cleaner-energy efforts during her state of the state address on Tuesday night.

Granholm directed the state's Department of Environmental Quality to seek "all feasible prudent alternatives before approving new coal-fired power plants in Michigan."

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