The American Dental Association is urging 5,000 dentists in 16 states to write their lawmakers in

April 1, 1996
The American Dental Association is urging 5,000 dentists in 16 states to write their lawmakers in support of legislation to reform the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The legislation would exempt from random inspections small businesses whose injury or lost work-day rates fall below the national average and reduce penalties for nonserious violations.

The American Dental Association is urging 5,000 dentists in 16 states to write their lawmakers in support of legislation to reform the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The legislation would exempt from random inspections small businesses whose injury or lost work-day rates fall below the national average and reduce penalties for nonserious violations.

Judi Hasson

Washington Correspondent

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