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45% Massey and state discussing settlement Coal company
projected to further reduce earnings by 15 cents to 17 cents per share." In addition to saving reserves to pay a possible Workers' Comp settlement, Massey also increased its "estimated reserves as a result of the Enron bankruptcy by...
Published: Wednesday, January 09, 2002
Words: 610

44% UMW president supports coal premium deal Roberts thanks
president of the United Mine Workers, thanked the Affiliated Construction Trades Foundation for its role in forcing last week's $50 million settlement by 12 coal companies whose contractors did not pay their Workers' Compensation Fund...
Published: Sunday, January 13, 2002
Words: 571

43% Wise's truck stance is an outrage
a lot of grief on these pages for his actions. But he wouldn't do any of this without Wise's consent. Then there's the Workers Comp settlement announced last week. On its face, this is a clear departure from Underwood, who did his best...
Published: Friday, January 18, 2002
Words: 896

43% Worker's comp pact OK'd STATE TO GET NEARLY $50 MILLION
agreed Wednesday to pay nearly $50 million in Workers' Compensation premiums that their contractors never paid. Announcing the settlement in his State of the State Address, Gov. Bob Wise said the settlement will be paid by "the coal...
Published: Thursday, January 10, 2002
Words: 612

43% Workers' Compensation Bluestone should not be forced to
that contractors who had worked for Bluestone in the 1980s and early 1990s had not paid all of their premiums. The suit was for $5 million exactly. Someone at the division leaked information about the suit to the Charleston Gazette....
Published: Monday, March 04, 2002
Words: 733

43% Bluestone should not be forced to pay another's debt
that contractors who had worked for Bluestone in the 1980s and early 1990s had not paid all of their premiums. The suit was for $5 million exactly. Someone at the division leaked information about the suit to the Charleston Gazette....
Published: Saturday, March 02, 2002
Words: 732

43% UMW backs Workers' Comp settlements in letter to judge
pjnyden@wvgazette.com The United Mine Workers wants McDowell County Circuit Judge Booker T. Stephens to approve $50 million in settlements from 12 coal companies whose contractors failed to pay state workers' compensation premiums....
Published: Friday, February 08, 2002
Words: 491

43% Workers' Comp deal blasted $50 million, not enough, group
settlements send the wrong message to businesses that faithfully paid their premiums," White said Thursday. Wise announced the $50 million settlement in his State of the State address on Wednesday evening. In addition to the $50 million...
Published: Friday, January 11, 2002
Words: 654

42% Workers' Comp figures
903,194 AgipCoal USA Inc. 277,192 Pioneer Fuel Corp. 168,505 Besides the companies listed above, Dal-Tex Coal may owe more than $2.8 million. That amount is still under dispute. The coal companies not covered by Wednesday's settlement...
Published: Thursday, January 10, 2002
Words: 121

41% Down the stretch Compton's challenger sees this race as
the $14 million figure. West Virginia currently is spending $6 million on tobacco prevention, Compton said. She would like to use tobacco settlement money to make up the difference. She doesn't think the Legislature will ever pass a...
Published: Sunday, October 27, 2002
Words: 1476

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