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"… ned, according to preliminary data released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In all, 4,405 workers died from injuries sustained on the job …"

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"… not just for those with Sintramienergetica. According to the National Labor School, an organization based in Medellin that researches Labor issues, be …"

"… agreement because of Colombia’s poor Labor rights record. In response, a Labor Action Plan was signed in 2011 to pressure Colombia’s government to crea …"

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"… e announcement, which featured testimonials by individual miners, Main and Labor Secretary Tom Perez outlined the details of the long-awaited rule. It redu …"

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"… end result of our investigation is a fact. We know this because the U.S. Labor Department said so specifically, which is unusual for a government agency. …"

"… ual for a government agency. In the first line of an official Solicitor of Labor memo, the Center for Public Integrity’s published articles are cited as …"

"… lic Integrity’s published articles are cited as the reason  for the Labor Department’s review of the black lung compensation program, and for the …"

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"… llion for the coming fiscal year to hire 10 employees in the Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ). The final installment of …"

"… enter’s “Breathless and Burdened” series revealed that the number of Labor Department judges, who hear a wide range of workers’ compensation, immig …"

"… made public by the Center, from Chief Judge Stephen Purcell to then-Acting Labor Secretary Seth Harris. Purcell wrote that “we are fast reaching a point …"

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"… s following a series of reforms announced Monday by the U.S. Department of Labor. The initiatives, effective immediately, represent an attempt by the Labo …"

"… abor. The initiatives, effective immediately, represent an attempt by the Labor Department to create a more level playing field for coal miners navigating …"

"… nd quality in the decisions.” Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., called the Labor Department’s initiatives “a step in the right direction,” and Rep. G …"

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"… a San Francisco-based administrative law judge for the U.S. Department of Labor, says he relished his role as an arbiter of wage disputes, benefits claims …"

"… years,” Pulver, 63, said in a telephone interview. Then, last March, the Labor Department’s already-weakened Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ) …"

"… the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In a memorandum to Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris last April, Chief Judge Stephen Purcell wrote that staff cuts …"

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"… arbor Workers' Compensation Act and administered by the U.S. Department of Labor, the program for decades was regarded as one of the best of its kind, supe …"

"… s find themselves at a disadvantage in a system with a dwindling roster of Labor Department administrative law judges and a surge in workers’ compensatio …"

"… case, and several more years to get a decision. Nationwide, the number of Labor Department judges has fallen to 35, plus one part-timer, from 41 earlier t …"

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"… we can provide," the agency wrote. …"

"… over $600 a month to about $1,250 a month, ultimately have received them, Labor Department numbers show. And, the request comes as Democratic Sens. Rober …"

"… rs of decline, the disease is back on the rise. In an interview, a senior Labor Department official said she is disappointed the system may be failing min …"

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