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Federal Workers Struggle for Years to Prove they…

Part 2 of NCR's look at the toxic legacy of one nuclear weapons plant By: Claire Schaeffer-Duffy Editor's note: As the government invests in the modernization of the U.S. nuclear arsenal,…

Government Workers Were Kept in the Dark About…

As US modernizes its nuclear weapons, NCR looks at the legacy of one Cold War-era plant By: Claire Schaeffer-Duffy Editor's note: As the government invests in the modernization of the U.S.…

Former Chief Scientist at Ohio Uranium Plant Seeks…

By JoAnne Viviano  The Columbus Dispatch PIKETON — A researcher who served as chief scientist at a now-shuttered uranium-enrichment plant in this southern Ohio community said he wants transparency and truth…

Sons of Nuke Worker Try Again to Obtain…

By Thomas J. Prohaska| Published April 28, 2019 A Buffalo attorney filed a revised lawsuit against the federal government Friday on behalf of two Niagara County men whose father died…

DOL to Hold Outreach Event in Oak Ridge,…

You will get an opportunity to meet representatives from the Department of Labor on April 24, 2019 at 10:00am.  DOL will hold a town hall meeting in Oak Ridge on…

Advisory Board to Department of Labor to Meet…

The Advisory Board on Toxic Substances and Worker Health will meet at the Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center, Two 10th Street, Augusta, GA 30901, April 24-25, 2019.  Public comment…

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Advisory Board to Department of Labor Votes on…

The Advisory Board on Toxic Substances and Worker Health (board) held a teleconference meeting on February 28, 2019 and discussed a variety of topics related to improving the Energy Employees…