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W&L law students help miners seek black lung compensation (access required)

LEXINGTON (AP) Charles Cooper spent all his working life in the West Virginia coal mines, breathing in coal dust and staying underground years after he was diagnosed with black lung disease. "I had a high-school education. I wasn't qualified to do anything else," said Cooper, a Beckley, W.Va., resident who started mining in 1946. "As long ...

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