The U.S. Week Navy followed the Washington State ergonomics rule last. So much for the argument that the rule is dependant on junk science. Cathy Rothwell, a Navy Ergonomics Program Manager based in NORTH PARK. 1 million TV and radio advertising campaign. They are trying to frighten Washington voters into repealing an important work safety rule and forbid the state from implementing another rule to prevent debilitating ergonomic-related accidents.
The I-841 campaign’s high-priced California politics consultants have suggested playing upon people’s biggest doubts: Loss of their careers and lack of health care benefits. So I-841 TV and radio ads claim jobs will be lost and children will lose health insurance. Fortunately that the “Yes” side is falling lacking their fundraising goals, having blown a good part of their wad on getting signatures to put the initiative on the ballot. To the rescue rides the National Coalition on Ergonomics, the D.C.
Chamber of Business sponsored group that brought us the repeal of the federal standard. And what exactly are they using to strike fear into the hearts of potential donors? The specter of labor advertisements. Such advertisements would not be surprising, taking into consideration the number of actual mothers who can’t lift their children and other workers who are impaired because of the lack of ergonomics standards. But using their money problems even, the good guys remain being outspent.
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Feel absolve to contribute. As might have been expected, the AWB was not amused by Moss’s article since it makes them and their cost number look like idiots. In fact, they are so displeased that they are threatening to sue Moss to reunite the money they covered the “study.” They didn’t pay him to give them what they wanted to hear.
No, no, they paid him for an accurate research done in good faith. Accurate. Yeah, that is the ticket. Moss is currently claiming that when he composed about his slimy occupation and his bad deeds, he didn’t suggest this study. No, no no. This study was, in fact, done and accurate in good beliefs. OK, that clears everything up. In the 14 years since its breakthrough, hepatitis C is among the most persistent blood-borne infection in the United States.
It’s the No. 1 reason behind liver transplants countrywide, accounting for about 1, a calendar year – about 50 of those in Michigan 000 methods. By 2010, hepatitis C shall kill 30, 000 people a year – doubly many Americans as AIDS. U.S. and Europe: Can’t We All Just GO ALONG? Minimization of pet testing. EU officials are touring the United States presently, traveling to Washington D.C., San Francisco, Chicago, and Boston where they’ll be ending up in U.S.