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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
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