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Sierra Club Attacks ACCCE in Fake Job Posting

The Sierra Club is seizing on the news that American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity president Steve Miller is leaving his position with a faux Craigslist ad that suggests Miller's replacement should be able to "sleep soundly after helping poison air and water nationwide and undermining our democracy."

The job description reads: "The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity is seeking a new President of our trade association to continue our work promoting a product that doesn't actually exist: clean coal electricity. The ideal candidate would be able to alter the long-standing ironclad laws of chemistry to create clean coal (through magic or otherwise), but we'll settle for someone that can say it exists with a straight face."

In response, ACCCE spokeswoman Lisa Camooso Miller said: "Fake job postings distract from the 183,000 jobs a year that'll be lost due to new [Environmental Protection Agency] regulations."

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