A Record of Achievement for West Virginia: Energy and Environment Issues (Legacy on Energy, Environment and Coal Miners) Memorandum

Identifier:
am4050_2014_05_29_memo_energy
Title:
A Record of Achievement for West Virginia: Energy and Environment Issues (Legacy on Energy, Environment and Coal Miners) Memorandum
Description:
The "A Record of Achievement for West Virginia: Energy and Environment Issues (Legacy on Energy, Environment and Coal Miners)" memorandum details Senator John D. (Jay) Rockefeller's contributions to federal policy related to energy, environment, coal miners, and mine safety. The memo covers the Coal Industry Health Benefit Stabilization Act of 1989, the passage of the Coal Act in 1992, and additional legislation related to mine improvement and safety. It includes a timeline of Rockefeller's years as governor of West Virginia and as a U.S. senator.
Date:
2014-05-30
Creator:
Ciarolla, Megan and Chambers, Laura
Personal Name:
Rockefeller, John D., IV (John Davison), 1937-
Topical Name:
Coal miners--West Virginia
Corporate Name:
United Mine Workers of America
Publisher:
West Virginia & Regional History Center
Genre:
memorandums
Source:
A&M 4050 Senator John D. (Jay) Rockefeller IV papers, West Virginia & Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries
Language:
English
Rights:
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