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Resource ID: #15543
Subject: Worker Safety
Source: Arizona Republic (Phoenix)
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Date: Sept. 20

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It isn't easy to place a value on human life. Juries have its worth in the millions. But the Occupational Safety and Health Administration sets it lower--about $3,000 in Arizona. A three-month investigation by the Republic found that legal limits on penalties and liberal appeals keep fines low.

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