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Safety lacking at Iraqi facility

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by Ry Rivard CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A recent report faults a national defense contractor and U.S. military officials for failing to comply with and enforce workplace safety standards as Americans – including 122 members of the West Virginia National Guard – were exposed to a cancer-causing chemical in Iraq. The report concludes a two-year investigation [...]

October 28th, 2011 | Posted in Charleston Daily Mail | Read More »

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