Under Trump, Inconvenient Data That Was Previously Public Is Being Sidelined
With the Trump administration, a variety of information that was once open to the public is now hidden and limited to restricted access. In the article, "Under Trump, Inconvenient Data That Was Previously Public Is Being Sidelined," featured in the Chicago Tribune, Howard Mavity comments on OSHA's data restrictions.
Howard Mavity said in an interview that Obama officials' practice of "regulation by shame ... angered some employers, as well as me." But putting a near-total stop to the news releases, he said, "was too far the other way."
"Those news releases served a valuable role, to constantly alert and catch employers' attention," Mavity said.
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This article can also be found in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.