Thousands of retired and active members of the United Mine Workers of America attended a June rally in Lexington to support federal bills to shore up union health and pension funds. Congress recently extended health benefits for four months with some expectation of addressing the issues next year.
Thousands of retired and active members of the United Mine Workers of America attended a June rally in Lexington to support federal bills to shore up union health and pension funds. Congress recently extended health benefits for four months with some expectation of addressing the issues next year. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Thousands of retired and active members of the United Mine Workers of America attended a June rally in Lexington to support federal bills to shore up union health and pension funds. Congress recently extended health benefits for four months with some expectation of addressing the issues next year. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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