Ex-Kentucky Miner Unsure of Future When Coal's Gone

Ex-Kentucky Miner Unsure of Future When Coal's Gone Play

July 17 (Bloomberg) -- Carl Shoupe, a former coal miner, union organizer and resident of Harlan County, Kentucky, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Drajem about changes in the coal industry. Along Kentucky's jagged eastern edge the cheapest, easiest coal to mine was carved out decades ago, and now mining companies are shedding workers and seeking bankruptcy protection. (Source: Bloomberg)

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