They Stripped Our Departed Loved Ones Away From Us

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Loraine Gonzalez
3 years ago
My son was one that lost his life on the job !!

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Leticia Armendariz
3 years ago
I lost a son in accident that could have been prevented.

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Steven Jones
3 years ago
All lifes matter, and no one should lose their do to unsafe condition on the job.

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Bennet Zurofsky
3 years ago
Removing names and facts from government websites doesn't make them go away. OSHA must address the problems that led to these deaths, not attempt to hide their very existence.

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Jeremy Tobin
3 years ago
No one must die to make a living! Worker rights are human rights!

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david lingne
3 years ago
posting the names of fallen workers is a gesture of respect and remembrance, and it highlights the seriousness of enforcing occupational safety regulations.

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Jaribu Hill
3 years ago
Because it's to intensify the struggle for more protection for workers and an end to deaths on the job. No one should have to die to make a living!

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Fran Ansley
3 years ago
This knowledge is a matter of life and death. Our government should be helping to make information about workplace fatalities and injuries more easily accessible to far wider circles, not hiding it away.

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Joan Lichterman
3 years ago
OSHA is not only re-writing history (joining the rest of this administration), but is perpetrating an unspeakably cruel act against the families of workers who were needlessly killed at work. I know a number of these family members. They want to be acknnowledged, they want information, and they want to prevent other families from experiencing their pain -- which never goes away. Sunlight and acknowledgment and compassion will not bring back the families' loved ones, but will make a huge difference in how they feel.

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Alan Clitheroe
3 years ago
We don't work to be killed by our employers. A life lost at work cannot have a price.