The Navajo tribe and Public Service Company of New Mexico have stopped struggling for control over 35,000 acres of coal-rich land south of Farmington. Instead, they've begun to negotiate a partnership to jointly develop a power plant there. Download entire issue to view this article: http://www.hcn.org/issues/15.16/download-entire-issue
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