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Internal Probe, Criminal Charges Still Pending In W.Va. Mine Disaster

After issuing a scathing report and reaching a $209 million settlement, officials are moving ahead on an internal probe of the agency that regulates mines and a federal criminal investigation of the disaster that killed 29 miners.
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