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For decades, government poultry inspectors have been stationed along the processing lines to identify contaminated and diseased carcasses...The agency began pilot inspection programs in 1998 at chicken, turkey and pork slaughter houses...
Inhaling crystalline silica particles puts workers at risk for a number of diseases, including lung cancer and kidney disease, U.S. officials said. Crystalline silica is a natural component of soil, most often found in the form of quartz and can
VeriTeQ Acquisition Corporation (VeriTeQ), announced that Establishment Labs, S.A. (EL), d/b/a Motiva, is now ready to market the world's first traceable breast implant with Q Inside, enabling a manufacturer, physician or patient to access a secure
To ensure that "every American is able to choose to live in a community they feel proud of," HUD has published a new fair-housing regulation intended to give people access to better neighborhoods than the ones they currently live in. The goal is to
Two years ago, the US Supreme Court ruling that generic drugmakers are not required to strengthen product labeling, even when alerted to side effects, so long as the same change has not been made to the labeling for the branded medicine. The decision
Yellowstone proposes for 110 daily transportation events, each defined as one snowcoach or an average of seven snowmobiles. The transportation event format is intended to regulate snowmobiles and snowcoaches based on collective noise, air pollution
On Thursday, the U.S. labor committee will consider the nomination of Thomas Perez for labor secretary. Perez is now in charge of the civil rights division of the Justice Department. One question for Perez: Should businesses be required to disclose
em>revise the replay challenge penalty when coaches throw the flag at the wrong time You know, that play that screwed Jim Schwartz and the Lions oh so good on Thanksgiving Day. The way the rule currently works is that if a
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: March 18, 2013 , 9:45 a.m. NFL owners are scheduled to vote this week on a proposed rule change to prohibit running backs from delivering a blow with the crown of their helmets in an open field.
Decades in the making, the proposal to set new limits on workers' exposure to harmful silica has languished since February 2011 at the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), where officials say it is under review. It's the epitome of how