Bituminous Coal Operators Association

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The Bituminous Coal Operators Association, it stated in a media release, "represents its members in collective bargaining with the United Mine Workers of America. The BCOA also represents its members before Congress and the executive branch on coal mine health and safety and on retiree health and pension issues."[1]

Lobbying

The Bituminous Coal Operators Association lobbyists are listed as:

Contact Details

1500 K St. NW Washington,
DC 20005-1209 USA
Phone: (202) 783-3195
Fax: (202) 783-4862

Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration, "MSHA, BCOA and NMA Act to Improve Miner Health and Safety: Groups Form Alliance to Foster Safe and Healthy Mining Operations", Media Release, September 28, 2004.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bituminous Operators Association Firm Profile 2008
  3. "Bituminous Coal Operators Association", Center for Public Integrity, accessed March 2009
  4. "Forscey & Stinson", Center for Public Integrity, accessed March 2009

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