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S.3671 Robert C. Byrd Mine and Workplace Safety and Health Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 29, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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  • 33% of users oppose S.3671

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    • Rock Law | Aggregates Manager Industry Magazine - November 30, 2010 by Aggregates Manager - announced he will seek to pass his safety law amendments, S. 3671, including massive enforcement power and regulation increases for the mining and quarrying industries. While we believe the odds are against passage of the Rockefeller ...

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      As noted by Aggregates Manager on November 30, 2010, "announced he will seek to pass his safety law amendments, S. 3671, including massive enforcement power and regulation increases for the mining and quarrying industries. While we believe the odds are against passage of the Rockefeller ..." (http://www.aggman.com/rock-law-7/)
    • My letter to Scientific American on PAWA : Whistleblower ... - November 19, 2010 by Whistleblower Protection Blog - The companion bill in the Senate, S. 3671, is still in committee. I imagine that during the lame duck session, Rep. Miller will be looking for a must-pass bill to which he can attach the Robert D. Byrd Miners Safety and Health Act. If ...

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      As noted by Whistleblower Protection Blog on November 19, 2010, "The companion bill in the Senate, S. 3671, is still in committee. I imagine that during the lame duck session, Rep. Miller will be looking for a must-pass bill to which he can attach the Robert D. Byrd Miners Safety and Health Act. If ..." (http://www.whistleblowersblog.org/2010/11/articles/department-of-labor-1/my-letter-to-scientific-american-on-pawa/)
    • Charleston Gazette - October 27, 2010 by Hswallpapers - As mentioned in section 701 of the bill contains a gold standard of protection for whistleblowers to replace Article 11 (c) former OSH Act. Senator Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia introduced a companion bill, S. 3671. ...

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      As noted by Hswallpapers on October 27, 2010, "As mentioned in section 701 of the bill contains a gold standard of protection for whistleblowers to replace Article 11 (c) former OSH Act. Senator Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia introduced a companion bill, S. 3671. ..." (http://www.hswallpapers.com/charleston-gazette-2)

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