Comments, Letters, & Testimony to Agencies

The Member Scholars and staff of the Center for Progressive Reform often communicate with federal and state agencies, testifying, filing comments on proposed regulations, or bringing important matters to their attention with letters or other means of communication.

All such communications since 2011 are listed on this page. For testimony or other communications with Congress, visit this page
 
Communication with Agencies (Letters, Comments and Testimony) from CPR Member Scholars and staff:
Joint Letter to Secretary of Labor re Coronavirus

CPR was one of 30 organizations writing in support of a petition from the AFL-CIO calling for an OSHA emergency temporary standard for infectious disease to address the Coronavirus epidemic. March 13, 2020.

Type: Letters to Agencies (March 13, 2020)
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Joint Letter to MDE on Stormwater Permits and AFOs

CPR was one of 10 organizations calling for significant improvements in the state's stormwater permit program as it relates to industrial animal feeding operations (AFOs), December 26, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (Dec. 26, 2019)
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Author(s): Matt Shudtz
Joint Letter to the President re Federal Advisory Committees

CPR joins 70+ organizations calling on the President to rescind an executive order arbitrarily reducing the number of federal advisory committees, October 4, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (Oct. 4, 2019)
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Joint Letter to Fairfax County, Virginia, Commonwealth's Attorney re deadly worksite trench collapse

CPR’s Rena Steinzor, Katie Tracy, and David Flores joined with 19 individuals and organizations calling on Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Raymond Morrogh to open a criminal investigation into a worksite trench collapse on July 23, 2019 in Fairfax County, Virginia, killing a teenager and injuring an adult male, August 19, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (Aug. 19, 2019)
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Author(s): Rena Steinzor, Katie Tracy, David Flores
Choose Clean Water Coalition Follow-Up Letter to EPA on Chesapeake Bay WIPs

CPR joined other members of the Choose Clean Water Coalition in a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency, taking it to task for failing to ensure that the Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs) submitted by the Chesapeake Bay states were adequate to achieve the 2025 pollution-reduction goals. August 5, 2019. 

Type: Letters to Agencies (Aug. 5, 2019)
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Chemical Safety Board Joint Letter

CPR Policy Analyst Katie Tracy joined more than 50 health and safety activists on a letter to the Chemical Safety Board expressing objection to the exclusion of the victim’s names in the agency’s investigation report of the 2018 fatal blowout at the Pryor Trust gas well in Oklahoma. June 17, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (June 17, 2019)
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Author(s): Katie Tracy
Letter to EPA on 2019 Chesapeake Bay WIPs

CPR joined 35 other members of the Choose Clean Water Coalition in comments to EPA on the 2019 Watershed Implementation Plans submitted by the Chesapeake Bay states, noting that the plans "do not ... provide the necessary assurances and accountability." May 24, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (May 24, 2019)
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OSHA Whistleblower 11(c) Testimony

Remarks of Katie Tracy on 11(c) Whistleblower Protections at OSHA Stakeholder Meeting, May 14, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (May 14, 2019)
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Author(s): Katie Tracy
Letter to Department of Labor on OSHA's Whistleblower Program.

The Center for Progressive Reform with 66 organizations and individuals on comments to OSHA recommending improvements to its administration of whistleblower protection provisions under Section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act, May 7, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (May 7, 2019)
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Author(s): Katie Tracy
Letter to Department of Labor on Heat Stress, for Workers' Memorial Week.

The Center for Progressive Reform joined 100+ organizations in a Workers’ Memorial Week letter to the Department of Labor calling for a federal heat stress standard to protect workers from the growing dangers of climate change and rising temperatures, April 26, 2019.

Type: Letters to Agencies (April 26, 2019)
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Author(s): Katie Tracy

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