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(KSL News) The government is calling on the co-owner of the Crandall Canyon mine to talk about this summer's fatal mine disaster.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports the Senate is primed to subpoena Bob Murray.
Murray had an invitation to speak before a Senate subcommittee last month but declined.
Senators want to know more about what happened when six miners and then three rescuers died when the mine caved in twice.