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Trump / Coal Industry / Black Lung Benefits #1105860

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 04, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced. {Note: originally aired on Dec. 26, 2016.}

(Whitesburg, Kentucky: Miguel Marquez) The concern by coal miners about losing black lung benefits if Obamacare is repealed by President-elect Donald Trump examined; scenes shown from Kentucky coal country. [TRUMP - says we will bring the coal industry back.] [Former coal miner Neil YONTS†- explains why he voted for Trump; worries eliminating Obamacare will eliminate his federal benefits.] [Miner's widow Patty AMBURGEY†- cites her widow death benefits.] [Appalachian Citizens Law Center dir. Stephen SANDERS†- talks about coal jobs.] [Miner's widow Linda ADaMS†- reacts.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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