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OSHA seeks to reduce exposure to highly useful, highly toxic metal

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Thirty miles from Selma, a different kind of civil rights struggle

By Kristen Lombardi

Environmental racism persists, and the EPA is one reason why

How we acquired and analyzed data for "Environmental Justice, Denied"

Decades of inaction

By Yue Qiu and Talia Buford

Reform in Costa Rica signals new strategy against lethal epidemic

By Sasha Chavkin

How government, business and labor can better protect workers

By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Maryam Jameel

After 44 years, halting progress on workplace disease

By Jim Morris

The impenetrable world of Mark Flores

By Jim Morris

Slow-motion tragedy for American workers

The campaign to weaken worker protections

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Methodology of Unequal Risk investigation

Read their stories: How job-related illnesses upended these families' lives

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