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  • Nuclear Safety Board Slams Energy Department Plan to Weaken Oversight

    The Trump administration defended an order that could be used to withhold information about nuclear facilities from a federal board, but its leader says the action is not consistent with the U.S. Atomic Energy Act.
  • Trump’s Labor Department Eviscerates Workplace Safety Panels

    Five expert committees advised the federal government on ways to improve workplace safety and enhance whistleblower protections. Under President Donald Trump, their work has stopped and their recommendations are now stalled.
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    February 20, 2019: What to Know

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    Tensions Mount Over 'Vandal Alert,' Forced Leave of University of Idaho Professor

    "No one from the upper administration has expressed any amount of remorse, apologized in any degree, or even held themselves accountable for their questionable actions."
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