August 3, 2021
House Weighs $692 Million OSHA Budget In Draft FY22 Labor Spending Bill
House appropriators voted July 12 to advance a fiscal year 2022 Labor Department spending bill that includes $692 million for OSHA -- $100 million more than current levels and $27 million more than the Biden administration requested, though with few details on how the committee would allocate that money among the agency’s programs. The House Appropriations Committee panel on labor, health and human services, education, and related agencies approved its draft FY22 appropriations bill by a party-line voice vote after...
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