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Oct. 30, 1986:  Ed Meese, attorney general in the Ronald Reagan administration, urges employers to begin spying on workers "in locker rooms, parking lots, shipping and mail room areas and even the nearby taverns" to try to catch them using drugs.
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36 Senators Introduce Bill Prohibiting Any New Law Helping Workers
Posted On: Aug 06, 2013
August 6, 2013 | LABOR MOVEMENT | More than three-quarters of the Senate Republican caucus signed onto legislation introduced [last] Wednesday that could render it virtually impossible for Congress to enact any legislation intended to improve working conditions or otherwise regulate the workplace. Had their bill been in effect during the Twentieth Century, for example, there would likely be no nationwide minimum wage, no national ban on workplace discrimination, no labor law and no overtime in most industries. Read more here.
 
 
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