Nate Chute/Daily Inter Lake | Posted: Tuesday, December 8, 2009 2:00 am
Gayla Benefield, longtime advocate for the care of asbestos victims, recalls the many years spent working to spur awareness and action over the issue that's marked the town of Libby. "I have to tell myself you're not responsible for these people dying," she said. "I felt like we were on trial, felt we were the guilty ones. I've had to do a lot of self-talking."
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