OSHA considering eliminating more jobs

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    OSHA announces a radical new and enormously costly interpretation of occupational noise standards

    Typical bureaucratic answer to a non existent problem, make it more inconvenient.
     
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    Not necessary, the EPA has already chased all heavy industry out of the USA.
     
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    And in the same breath the libs will bitch about outsourcing. Does no one realize this IS the reason industry no longer exists within this nation. These agencies will ensure our destruction and do so through a process that COMPLETELY SIDESTEPS the constitution because these are not 'law' but 'regulations.' As though there is any real difference.
     
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    As long as they're eliminating "jobs" at OSHA , I'm good with it.

    Or did I misinterpret the headline?
     
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    More folks are exposed to recreational noise. Who's "protecting" them?
     

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