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Take Action Now to Avoid Cuts to Your…

Urgent action needed! Don’t let your benefits be cut! The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed a series of substantive changes which will reduce the compensation and medical benefits…

EEOICPA Gaining Major Publicity

The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) has gained recent popularity in the media. The Center for Public Integrity published an article about the workers at the Portsmouth…

Irradiated, an article on the “hidden legacy of…

“We didn’t know it was hazardous.” The McClatchy Washington Bureau recently published an article on the devastating effects the U.S. nuclear weapons industry has had on its workers, and the…

DOL Proposes Changes to EEOICPA Part B &…

On Nov. 18, the Federal Register published a document outlining proposed changes to the rules administering the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA). These changes were proposed by…

Volume 6 – Edition 19

Susan's Corner - Questions on consequential conditions and claim denials. Info on Hanford SEC and upcoming NDR events.  Site profile on Rocky Flats and recipe for Coca-Cola cake. Click here for PDF…

National Day of Remembrance 2015

In honor of National Day of Remembrance on Oct. 30, Cold War Patriots hosted, helped organize and attended 8 receptions over the last two weeks. We held events from coast…

DOL to Extend Comment Period for Advisory Board…

On Oct. 15, the Department of Labor published the nominees for membership on the Advisory Board on Toxic Substances and Worker Health. The list included 64 candidates from various backgrounds.…