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Federal Mine Health And Safety Act Of 1969

Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1969 (FMSHA)

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Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1969 (FMSHA) — legislation originally passed in 1969 and its amendments that provide no-fault coverage for employees injured while working the coal mines located in the United States. A key component of the law is Title IV, which deals with black lung disease.

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