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Enforcing Change

Five Strategies for the Obama Administration to Enforce Workers’ Rights at the Department of Labor

From air pollution to food safety to children’s toys, one of the hallmarks of President George W. Bush’s administration has been its failure to enforce laws designed to protect ordinary Americans. This failure is perhaps nowhere more evident than at the Department of Labor, where the Obama administration will have an opportunity and an obligation to correct the Bush administration’s inadequate enforcement of important workplace protections. Learn More and Read the Report

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David Madland

Senior Fellow; Senior Adviser, American Worker Project

Karla Walter

Senior Director, Employment Policy

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