Subscriber Login

Daily News

Senate Seeks Funding Increase For OSHA In FY19 As House Debate Stalls

June 26, 2018
Senate appropriators are seeking a $4 million funding increase for OSHA in fiscal year 2019, while also preserving a workplace safety training program, a Senate source says, plans that are at odds with provisions in a companion House bill, which GOP leaders stalled amid continuing controversy over the Trump administration's immigration policies. The Senate Appropriations Committee's labor panel June 26 approved draft legislation appropriating funds for the Labor Department (DOL) and other agencies, which would fund DOL at $12.1 billion,...


Not a subscriber? Register to read this story.

A link back to this page and your username/password will be sent to the email address you provide, plus you'll have 30 days access to InsideOSHAOnline.com. Note: this offer does not apply if you have previously had a trial to this service.

Already a subscriber? Log in using the form at the top right of this page.