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State caved to Bedrock pressure

Influential companies and powerful people billionaire businessman Dan Gilbert and the billionaire Ilitch family - got special treatment from the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Gilberts Bedrock Detroit […]
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CPS Worker Safety

KVOA found that Tucson's Child Protection Services employees were being threatened by parents, guardians and family members.
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Sex Offenders Near Bus Stops

WTEV-TV found that sex offenders in Duval County, Florida, were living in areas surrounding school bus stops, often within two blocks. This included offenders who had targeted children.
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Infested Oatmeal

Boxes of oatmeal had "an excessive amount of meal moths," the bugs were both inside the box and individual packets.
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This is work release?

Fox 6 found that Milwaukee County had lax oversight and monitoring of "felony inmates who'd been granted community access for work, school, or treatment."
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E-Z Pass Problems

Maryland's E-Z Pass system that "signals a computer as the motorists goes through a toll plaza to automatically subtract the cost of the toll from their E-ZPass holder account" has […]
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Contractor Pure Premium

Analysis of the State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF) has led to new conclusions about the marketplace and control of rates in the California workers' comp. It was found that if […]
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Home Sweet Meth Home

"In Mississippi, former meth homes can be bought and sold without the new owners ever knowing about their home's drug manufacturing history."
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Privacy Offenders

"The U.S. Census Bureau's local facility left piles of confidential records unguarded, sitting in a large, unfinished and unlocked room- for months."
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The War on Whistle-blowers

The American whistleblower courts was set up to protect whistleblowers from retaliation has instead been used to punish them. An examination of 3,600 court cases since 1994 showed that 97 […]
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