Detroit Free Press reporters investigate Michigan's flawed worker safety oversight system; workers in China's fireworks factories face life-threatening conditions; New Mexico farmworkers win major workers' comp victory; and OSHA rules in worker's favor in asbestos retaliation case.
Reporters at the Center for Public Integrity investigate the nation's third wave of asbestos disease; garment workers in Bangladesh continue to fight for safety and dignity in the workplace; Seattle becomes the first U.S. city to allow Uber drivers to organize; and OSHA sends its silica rule to the White House.
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