Will You Respect Me in the Morning? : The Effect of Bill 68 on Competent Consent
Meadus, Jane E.
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A Bill to Provide That Existing Regulations Issued by the Secretary of Labor With Respect to Occupational Exposure to Cotton Dust Shall Cease to Be Effective and That Any Future Regulations With Respect to Such Exposure Shall Be Subject To Congressional Approval. H.R. 838, 97th Congress, 1st Session Unknown author (United States. Congress. House, 1981)
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