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Brake Maintenance Shouldn't Be Deadly

Donald loved working as a career truck driver. He even took his wife and grandson with him on occasion, something his grandson always looked forward to.

Once a month, Donald would perform routine brake maintenance. He loved examining the inner machinery of his trucks and trailers and always invited his relatives to join and make a day of it. Donald had no idea when working on those brakes that with each breath, he was inhaling asbestos.

From that asbestos exposure, Donald developed mesothelioma.  It led to a painful battle and then to his death just five months after being diagnosed. 

Big Asbestos killed Donald and countless others like him.  So why are some in Congress considering H.R. 982, a bill that benefits this reckless industry  while hurting its sick and dying victims?