'Nervous and scared.' Coal workers fear for pensions after Murray Energy bankruptcy
Tom Kacsmar worked underground at a coal mine for nearly four decades. The promise of a decent pension and healthcare for life kept him at this dangerous job... Kacsmar fears those benefits will get washed away by the bankruptcy of Murray Energy, America's largest private coal mining company... Like many of its bankrupt rivals, Murray Energy is widely expected to make the case that those benefits need to get dialed back for the company to survive. That would have far-reaching consequences because Murray Energy is the last major company contributing to the United Mine Workers of America's pension plan... Current and former Murray Energy employees told CNN Business they are bracing for cuts.