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Letter to OMB urging it to withdraw its proposed risk assessment bulletin.

Risk Assessment Bulletin. Member Scholar Rena Steinzor's June 15, 2006 letter to OMB urging it to withdraw its proposed risk assessment bulletin.

Type: Letters to Agencies (June 15, 2006)
PDF: Risk Assessment Bulletin. Member Scholar Rena Steinzor's June 15, 2006 letter to OMB urging it to withdraw its proposed risk assessment bulletin.
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Author(s): Rena Steinzor
Tags: risk assessment
Categories: Regulatory Policy Regulatory Policy Workers' Rights Workers' Rights

West Explosion Highlights Need for Regulatory Oversight

West Explosion Highlights Need for Regulatory Oversight, op-ed by Thomas McGarity

Type: Op-Eds (May 3, 2013)
PDF: West Explosion Highlights Need for Regulatory Oversight
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Author(s): Thomas McGarity
Categories: Workers' Rights Workers' Rights Energy & Environment Energy & Environment Regulatory Policy Regulatory Policy

Name a tough prosecutor to succeed Holder

Name a tough prosecutor to succeed Holder, op-ed by Rena Steinzor

Type: Op-Eds (Oct. 14, 2014)
PDF: Name a tough prosecutor to succeed Holder
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Author(s): Rena Steinzor
Categories: Consumer Protection Consumer Protection Regulatory Policy Regulatory Policy

Federal Proposal Would Jeopardize Public Safety

Federal Proposal Would Jeopardize Public Safety, op-ed by Thomas McGarity

Type: Op-Eds (Feb. 2, 2017)
PDF: Federal Rules To Prevent Another Deadly West Blast Now At Risk
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Author(s): Thomas McGarity
Tags: West Texas
Categories: Regulatory Policy Regulatory Policy Workers' Rights Workers' Rights

Her Black Coffee Always Brewed Strong

CPR's Gillian Metzger, joins fellow Ruth Bader Ginsburg former clerk Abbe Gluck in a New York Times tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice.

Type: Op-Eds (Sept. 22, 2020)
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Author(s): Gillian Metzger
Tags: SCOTUS vacancy RBG
Categories: Consumer Protection Consumer Protection Energy & Environment Energy & Environment Regulatory Policy Regulatory Policy Workers' Rights Workers' Rights

Department of Labor's Emergency Temporary Standard Too Weak to Protect All Workers from COVID-19

The Labor Department’s emergency COVID standard, released today, is too limited and weak to effectively protect all workers from the ongoing pandemic. Workers justifiably expected an enforceable general industry standard to protect them from COVID-19, and the Center for Progressive Reform (CPR) has been calling for such a standard since June 2020. But what emerged after more than six weeks of closed-door White House review was a largely unenforceable voluntary guidance document, with only health care workers receiving the benefit of an enforceable standard.

Type: News Releases (June 10, 2021)
PDF: osha-covid-ets-statement-goodwin-061021.pdf
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Categories: Regulatory Policy Regulatory Policy Workers' Rights Workers' Rights