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The federal agency in charge of worker safety is not protecting whistleblowers from employer retaliation, ProPublica reports.
Reversed and remanded. That's where the case of a former Interior Department employee who blew the whistle sits. Bill Bransford gives us an update.
The Supreme Court has heard arguments testing when whistle-blowers can sue and collect some of the settlement
As the days tick down to Congress' August recess, one Senate committee deals with a long list of Administration nominations, and pending legislation. Among the laws now heading for the Senate floor: a bill to toughen security for drivers licenses, and protection for Federal whistleblowers.
Three feds, only one of which still has his job, testify before a House committee now considering a measure to strengthen protections for future federal whistleblowers including those in the intelligence community.
Defending feds who 'speak the truth'