Retired coal miners rallied at the Capitol in September to support a rescue for their pension and health care fund. Some Senate Democrats have vowed to hold up business until lawmakers approve a permanent fix.
Retired coal miners rallied at the Capitol in September to support a rescue for their pension and health care fund. Some Senate Democrats have vowed to hold up business until lawmakers approve a permanent fix. Curtis Tate McClatchy
Retired coal miners rallied at the Capitol in September to support a rescue for their pension and health care fund. Some Senate Democrats have vowed to hold up business until lawmakers approve a permanent fix. Curtis Tate McClatchy

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