In editorial news:

Rachel Cernansky, writing in an op-ed for the New York Times, addressed potential changes in workplace chemical exposure rules under President Trump and his U.S. Department of Labor Secretary nominee Alex Acosta. Specifically, Cernansky asks: “Why does the department’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration allow workers to be exposed to dangerous chemicals at limits far higher than those set for everyone by the Environmental Protection Agency?”

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