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HUNTSVILLE, AL: IATSE Local 900
HUNTSVILLE, AL: NALC Local 462
HUNTSVILLE, AL: PACE Local 501
HUNTSVILLE, AL: UA Local 377
HUNTSVILLE, AL: UAW Local 1413
HUNTSVILLE, AL: UAW Local 1929
HUNTSVILLE, AL: UAW Local 2276
HUNTSVILLE, AL: USW Local 9287
HUNTSVILLE, TX: APWU Local 1778
HURON, OH: AFGE Local 519
HURON, OH: PACE Local 525
HURON, SD: APWU Local 160
HURON, SD: APWU Local 7141
HURON, SD: IBEW Local 766
HURON, SD: UTU Local 64
HURST, TX: UAW Local 218
HURST, TX: UAW Local 317
HURST, TX: UTU Local 1974
HUTCHINSON, KS: APWU Local 439
HUTCHINSON, KS: BMWE Local 2407
HUTCHINSON, KS: IBEW Local 661
HUTCHINSON, KS: NALC Local 485
HUTCHINSON, KS: PACE Local 1350
HUTCHINSON, KS: UFCW Local 188
HUTCHINSON, KS: USW Local 12606
HUTTIG, AR: UBC Local 2346
HYANNIS, MA: CWA Local 81216
HYATTSVILLE, MD: USW Local 12328
HYDE PARK, MA: SMWIA Local 139
 

Where do I get information about black lung benefits?

The federal black lung benefits program is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment Standards Administration (ESA), not by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). In order to be eligible, an individual must be totally and permanently disabled by black lung.

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