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  • obama spends $14 million to retrain laid off coal miners

    · obama administration efforts to train laid off coal miners and their retrain laid off coal miners for lower paying jobs. take a huge pay

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  • 'rape rooms': how west ia women paid off coal

    coal miners would not have tolerated such treatment of women, he said in a 20 minute documentary produced by catherine moore. "those men i know from years of research would have done one of two things: 1) they would have either left that camp as soon as they knew this kind of behavior was required or a potential danger; or 2) they would

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  • bill aims to stop coal companies from denying benefits

    but companies have deployed strategies to avoid paying miners: doctors working for coal companies have systematically misdiagnosed miners with black lung as having other diseases, and lawyers fighting miners' claims have withheld evidence that the miners did, in fact, have black lung.

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  • the coal miner who became a data miner

    · coal mining is in her blood, but evans discovered a hidden talent for programming. "while i was working as a coal miner, i taught myself to code on the side as a guilty pleasure," said evans. every friday afternoon, she would sit in her office and teach herself visual basic, the only language she had access to.

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  • how congress can be coal miners' lifeline (opinion) cnn

    · thousands of retired coal miners and their families are approaching a health benefits cliff, and congress and the president must take immediate action to avert disaster, say van jones and jason walsh.

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  • living with black lung: coal miners caught in a

    living with black lung: coal miners caught in a surging epidemic. living with black lung: coal miners caught in a surging epidemic. and pay cuts followed.

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  • a miner's shift: 'near the face it's hot – up to 38c

    a miner's shift: 'near the face it's hot my basic pay is £ most mining these days is reverse mining: a machine cuts the coal and as we move back down the

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  • griffin coal miners vote on 35 per cent pay cut

    the leader of wa's mining union has described a decision to recommend workers at an ailing collie coal mine take a 35 per cent pay cut as the most difficult of his career.

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  • life at the coal face: who are the uk's 21st century miners?

    many of today's miners appear unfazed by the risks, the dangers offset by an opportunity to take home a good wage. pay varies depending on the job underground. covered in dust. working on the coal face the best paid job in the pit can earn a miner about £40,000 a year.

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  • new hope for coal miners seeking black lung benefits

    for his work, coal companies paid hopkins $750 for each x ray he reads for black lung, about 10 times the amount miners typically pay their doctors. one leading expert in black lung, dr. jack parker of west ia university, called wheeler's x ray readings "intellectually dishonest."

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  • high blood pressure and obesity in miners 2017 08

    nearly 8 of every 10 coal miners evaluated had blood pressure readings indicating either prehypertension or hypertension and nearly 9 of 10 were overweight or obese. niosh offers free health screenings for all coal miners through the mobile enhanced coal workers' health surveillance program..

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  • coal mining is in the blood in somerset

    coal mining is in the blood in somerset. although fewer jobs are available these days and the pay isn't as it's a good paying job and it seems like coal miners,

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  • the coal miner who became a data miner wtvr.com

    · coal mining jobs were thrust into the spotlight during the recent presidential election. in 2015, there were fewer than 100,000 coal mining jobs in the u.s., a 59% drop from 1980, according to the brookings institute.

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  • where the coal is stained with blood time

    where the coal is stained with blood. a coal miner carries a sack of coal back home after his shift at a small mine in china monthly pay as you go digital

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  • coal mining – glamorgan archives

    davies entered the coal mining business in the 1860s, first hitting coal in april 1886, 15 months after the sinking of his first colliery, maindy colliery in ton pentre, rhondda. in 1867 david davies & company was formed and new sinkings continued in the rhondda for the next ten years.

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  • coal miners' fund set for deep cuts as black lung

    a new government report says that the federal black lung trust fund that helps sick and dying coal miners pay living and medical expenses could incur a

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  • coal mines & coal miners, chapter 7

    coal production in the united states. any time a capitalist figures out that labor does not pay its way in the world and tries number of coal miners by

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  • nearly 23,000 coal miners to lose benefits news,

    in fact, senators estimate the number of active miners paying into the pension fund to be only 10,000, while there are 120,000 retirees drawing from it. "ohio coal miners have spent decades underground to power our country, provide for

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  • coal miners 4 cos home facebook

    coal miners 4 cos. 396 likes. coal miners are tired of being under attack by he must work in tight quarters with huge equipment that he must continually pay

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  • thatcher vs the miners: official papers confirm the

    thatcher vs the miners: official papers confirm the strikers' worst suspicions perhaps it was cheaper to import coal than pay our own miners to take it out of the ground, but it's that kind of short sighted thinking that sewed the seeds of economic decline. it overlooked the fact that the money paid to miners was largely spent in

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  • miners' rights and responsibilities

    your miners' representative, the nearest msha office,or log onto msha's home page at msha sends copies of all new regulations

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  • early days of coal mining in northern illinois — illinois

    several coal miners were elected to the general assembly in springfield. these representatives passed laws favored by the miners laws dealing with safety, company stores, and fairness in pay. miners then used these laws to sue the coal companies, but they almost always lost since the courts were sympathetic to business interests, not

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  • retired coal miners fight to rescue benefits news

    this is the third time in two years the miners have received cutoff notices because there are insufficient funds to pay for the benefits. this condition results from a distressed coal industry with few jobs and fewer coal companies, chased from business by cheaper natural gas and stricter government regulations.

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