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Trump's FY20 Budget Seeks To Up OSHA Inspectors But Cut Training Grants

March 11, 2019
The Trump administration is requesting a slight increase for OSHA’s overall budget for fiscal year 2020, with some additional funds aimed at hiring new whistleblower and facility inspectors in high-hazard industries, a plan that is likely to ease concerns from Democrats, who have highlighted what they say is the agency's inadequate inspection force. But as it has in previous years, the administration's FY20 budget request , released March 11, seeks to eliminate funds for OSHA's Susan Harwood Training Grants, prompting...


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