The U.S. Labor Department’s contractor compliance agency will require federal contractors to verify that they have affirmative action plans, even if they’re not currently scheduled for an audit, sources familiar with the announcement said.
A majority of justices on the Supreme Court seemed reluctant Monday to reinstate a 2005 rule that in many cases decreased the amount of additional Medicare payments hospitals get for serving a larger share of poor patients.
At least a third of the scientists and staff at EPA’s specialized forensics lab have quit or retired over the past five years, an exodus that threatens the unit’s central role in solving some of the nation’s most difficult environmental crimes.
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