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Virginia Mine-Safety Legislation Set to Become Law

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Virginia Mine-Safety Legislation Set to Become Law

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Virginia Mine-Safety Legislation Set to Become Law

Virginia Mine-Safety Legislation Set to Become Law

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Virginia Gov. Mark Warner is expected to sign legislation to strengthen the state's coal-mining regulations. The bill is largely in response to the death of a 3-year-old boy, killed in a strip-mining accident. NPR's Noah Adams talks with NPR's Madeleine Brand.

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