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Workers Deliberately Exposed to Asbestos

A judge sentenced Philadelphia building owner Gene Cornell Smith to 42 months in prison for deliberately exposing day laborers to asbestos. Smith put out a bid for removal of asbestos from a warehouse he owned. However, he ended up contracting the job out to an associate, who hired unqualified day laborers to remove the asbestos Read More

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West Virginia Residents Are Vulnerable to Radon Exposure

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is more prevalent in some areas of the country than in others. It’s present in the soil, and is more common in West Virginia than other places due to the unique geology here. The danger with radon is that it can seep into homes and become trapped, and Read More

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A Record of Regret
The Story of Jamie Lester
Johnson & Johnson Powder Litigation

Clara Santucci - Olympic Hopeful
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