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Tucson promotes a rainy day plan

Arthur H. Rotstein Tucson, AZ — Long dependent on well water and supplies sent hundreds of miles by canal from the Colorado River, this desert city will soon harvest some of its 12 inches of annual rainfall to bolster its ...

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OSHA Citations

Norby Construction Inc., Wisconsin Dells, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 4 to reduce a $600 general-safety-and-health-provisions citation to $200. The company was issued the citation on Jan. 22 during a carpentry job in Middleton. SGO Roofing and ...

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Judge strikes down interior designer law

Katie Nelson AP Writer Hartford, CT — A federal judge has struck down a Connecticut law that requires people calling themselves interior designers to get licenses or face fines and possible prison time. Tuesday’s ruling came after the Institute for ...

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Roofers question asbestos training rule

Sean Ryan [email protected] Wisconsin roofing contractors are bristling over the potential costs of retraining their workers to meet state asbestos requirements without proof the requirements will improve safety. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services distributed a memo that interprets the ...

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