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‘The good, the bad and the ugly’ of state worker safety programs

By Jim Morris

Fatal flaws: How Kentucky fails its workers

By Eleanor Klibanoff

A teenager dies on the job. His family’s work begins

By Jeff Young

In Kentucky, deregulation and worker safety collide

By Eleanor Klibanoff

On Workers Memorial Day, a look at the state of worker safety

Death by suffocation under a pile of dirt: Jim Spencer's on-the-job death shows the weakness of America’s worker-safety laws

By Jim Morris

Fleecing America’s builders

By Maryam Jameel

Workers cheated as federal contractors prosper

By Talia Buford and Maryam Jameel

Senate votes to kill Obama contractor rule

By Maryam Jameel and Elizabeth Hernandez

Shattered victims of 'La Bestia' seek help for their desperate countrymen

By Maryam Jameel

Reform in Costa Rica signals new strategy against lethal epidemic

By Sasha Chavkin

On Workers' Memorial Day 2015, an appeal to control toxic substances

By Jim Morris

Job-related deaths among Latino, contract workers rose in 2013

By Talia Buford

Chairman of 'grossly mismanaged' Chemical Safety Board resigns

By Jim Morris

Workplace injury, illness costs being foisted on workers, government, OSHA's Michaels says

By Talia Buford and Maryam Jameel

Contractor, Hispanic worker deaths up in 2013, BLS says

By Talia Buford

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