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OSHA might flex its muscles

Rich Meneghello Dolan Media Newswires Portland, OR — A tougher Occupational Safety and Health Administration has stepped to the forefront. After years of less-stringent, cooperative enforcement, the pendulum is swinging back toward more vigorous enforcement of OSHA standards thanks to ...

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Nostalgia yields travel remedy

Matt Pommer Seemingly new ideas often trigger nostalgia. Consider the push for improved rail service from Chicago to Milwaukee and Madison. It’s part of a proposed Chicago rail hub package being pushed by Midwestern governors, including Jim Doyle. Some suggest ...

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See green opportunities ahead

John Killin Dolan Media Newswires Portland, OR – A contractor recently said his company “is refusing to participate in the recession.” His words are a good reminder that a positive outlook can make tough economic times a little brighter. Rather ...

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Stevens case has long-reaching impact

John Kiernan Dolan Media Newswires Long Island, NY – Shock is the only word that can describe how I felt when U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder concluded prosecutors had acted so egregiously in the case against former Sen. Ted Stevens ...

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