Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: Act, State of Colorado. Congressman Cass Ballenger: See “Congressman Argues for an Overhaul of OSHA,” Business Insurance, July 10, 1995; David Maraniss and Michael Weisskopf, “OSHA’s Enemies Find Themselves in High Places,” Washington Post, July 24,1995; and Figura, “New OSHA.” by the late 1990s had already reached an all-time low: See “Study Finds Decline in Workplace Inspections,” AP, September 5, 1998. The plant had never been inspected by OSHA: See Maraniss and Weisskopf, “OSHA’s Enemies.” Congressman Joel Hefley: See “Congressman Argues for an Overhaul”; “Hutchison, Hefley Introduce Proposals in House, Senate to Overhaul OSHA,” Asbestos and Lead Abatement Report, April 7, 1997; and Erin Emery, “Political Novice Alford Faces Hefley,” Denver Post, October 14, 1998. 9. What’s in the Meat Interviews with two of the nation’s leading experts on Shiga toxin–producing E. coli — Dr. David Acheson, an associate professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Tuft...
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