Tue
Dec 11 2018
09:27 am

The Tennessee Valley Authority promised the public nine years ago that it would pay the medical expenses for anyone sickened from exposure to the 7.3 million tons of coal ash that spilled from its dike, newly discovered records show.

Now that a federal jury has ruled that the disaster clean-up workers who toiled unprotected in the ash were likely poisoned by it, TVA – the nation’s largest electricity provider and deemed responsible for the nation’s largest coal ash spill - is refusing to say if it will honor its word.

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