Tomorrow night (Oct. 17) in Tacoma is the final night for in-person public comment on the two proposed coal terminals at Longview, WA and Bellingham, WA which would bring three times the amount of train traffic the Puget Sound rail corridor currently sees. John Carlson interviews both sides as the St. Dept. of Ecology and US Army Corps of Engineers prepare to rule on permits for the coal terminals. Supporters say it would generate good paying jobs in Western Washington. Opponents say the pollution of transporting/burning coal and the train congestion are not worth the economic boom for Puget Sound.