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Heat wave puts Oregon workplace safety rules to the test

Your browser does not support the audio element. Skyler Fischer is forklift driver at a Fred Meyer distribution center in the town of Clackamas. He’s been working there for 12…

Military.com: VA to Get First Permanent Official for Top Health Job Since 2017

The Veterans Health Administration will have a Senate-confirmed leader for the first time in more than five years after President Joe Biden’s nominee for the role received approval from the…

A new website to beat the heat – Grist

It’s Friday, July 29, and a new government website aims to mitigate the health risks posed by heat waves. The Biden administration unveiled a new website this week to help…

EPA Supreme Court Decision May Limit Rulemaking Power from DOL, EEOC and NLRB

Department of Labor (DOL), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) regulations may receive less deference following a pair of U.S. Supreme Court decisions last term,…

Beyond the Byline: Rural emergency hospital pay will be too low, experts say

So in terms of next steps, Maya, when it comes to rolling out this rural emergency hospital model, what does that look like? How do you think it will be…

AAMC Leads Amicus Brief in Support of Consideration of Race in Higher Education Admissions

Note to Editors: The AAMC has subject matter experts available to comment on this amicus brief and our support of the limited consideration of an applicant’s racial or ethnic background…