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Month: May 2015

Workers Compensation Reform Battle Unites IL Dems

Democrats in both houses of the Illinois Legislature voiced their unity in blocking Republican Governor Bruce Rauner's attempts at workers compensation reform. Both House and Senate Democrats voted down the governor's proposals for workers compensation reform, which would lower insurance...

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Takata Airbag Recall Expanded To 33.8M Vehicles

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration has expanded the massive Takata airbag recall to 33.8 million vehicles. The expanded Takata airbag recall is now the largest auto safety recall in U.S. history, surpassing the GM ignition switch recall of last...

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Investigators Seek Answers After Fatal Amtrak Train Crash

Local, state, and federal agencies are investigating a fatal Amtrak train crash near Philadelphia in which eight passengers lost their lives. The investigation centers around an accident involving Amtrak Northeastern Regional Train 188. Investigators have interviewed the train's engineer, Brandon...

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Fatal Workplace Accident At KY Aluminum Plant

A young worker at a Kentucky aluminum plant lost his life in a fatal workplace accident earlier this week. The accident occurred at the Cardinal Aluminum plant in Okolona, a suburb of Louisville. A 26-year-old worker reached for a piece...

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