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Kathryn Russo Discusses Labor Secretary Acosta's Comments During Recent Congressional Hearing on Jobs Gap

Kathryn Russo discusses Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta signaling a “step back” in the Trump Administration's strict zero-tolerance approach on drug use in the workplace, opening the door to a possible softening in OSHA's plans to roll back an Obama-era rule that precludes company policies, such as drug testing in "Acosta Waivers On Employee Drug Tests As OSHA Looks To Limit Rule," published by




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