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Raymond Perez Comments on the Decrease in OSHA Investigators and its Impact on Whistleblower Cases

Raymond Perez comments on the increased number of whistleblower complaints coming to OSHA over the last five years, while the number of investigators has declined in "Whistleblower Complaints Up; Investigator Count Down," published by Bloomberg Law.

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