Mass. Senate Race: Elizabeth Warren Represented Coal Mining CoABC OTUS News
Sep. 26, 2012
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Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic nominee in the hotly contested Massachusetts Senate race, worked on behalf of coal mining company in a bankruptcy case in the 90's. The company, LTV Steel, was fighting against a congressional requirement that it pay into a retired workers health care fund, an action required by the Coal Act of 1993.