Keith Hall, a former Kentucky state representative, went on trial Monday for allegedly paying a state mine inspector to ignore violations at Hall's surface mines in Pike County.
Keith Hall, a former Kentucky state representative, went on trial Monday for allegedly paying a state mine inspector to ignore violations at Hall's surface mines in Pike County. Photo provided
Keith Hall, a former Kentucky state representative, went on trial Monday for allegedly paying a state mine inspector to ignore violations at Hall's surface mines in Pike County. Photo provided

Despite history of problems, state never fired mine inspector who allegedly took bribes from lawmaker

June 23, 2015 6:32 PM

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