The Senate confirmed three members to the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission March 14.
The move purportedly sets to end a lack of quorum that has lasted on the federal panel for almost seven months. President
Rajkovich awaited Senate confirmation to the independent agency for more than a year.
Former United Mine Workers of America attorney Traynor was nominated Oct. 16, for a six-year term expiring Aug. 30, 2024.
Trump also nominated Althen, former acting chairman of ...