Entity: Department of Labor

News Roundup: ‘Records Matter’

February 11, 2022
“The Presidential Records Act is critical to our democracy, in which the government is held accountable by the people,” Archivist of the United States David Ferriero said earlier this week. “Records matter.”

FOIA to DOL Seeking OSHA Communications with Meat Industry Representatives

October 21, 2021
FOIA request to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration seeking communications between top officials and representatives of the meat industry or affiliated trade associations.

FOIA to DOL Seeking OSHA Regional Administrators’ Communications with Meat Industry Representatives

October 21, 2021
FOIA request to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration seeking communications between regional administrators and representatives of the meat industry or affiliated trade associations.

FOIA to DOL for Records Reflecting Communications with Council for National Policy

August 31, 2021
FOIA to the Department of Labor for email communications of certain officials with the Council for National Policy.

FOIA to DOL Seeking Communications with Meat Industry Representatives

May 17, 2021
FOIA Request to the Department of Labor seeking communications between top officials and representatives of the meat processing industry.

FOIA to OSHA Seeking Communications with Meat Industry Representatives

May 17, 2021
FOIA Request to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration seeking communications between top officials and representatives of the meat processing industry.

DOL Records Regarding Emails Between Agency Officials and Stephen Miller’s Staff

April 1, 2021
Records from the Department of Labor in response to American Oversight's request for email communications between high-ranking agency officials and White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller.

Records Show Nearly $60,000 in Staff Costs for Swing State Travel of Trump EPA and Labor Chiefs

March 15, 2021
Trips to swing states ahead of the election by former EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler and former Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia cost taxpayers nearly $60,000 in staff travel and expenses.

Investigations Update: Covid-19 Outbreaks in Meatpacking Facilities, New Arizona Voting-Restriction Bills

March 2, 2021
See the latest in our investigations into worker safety and health in meatpacking facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, voting restrictions in the states, and Stephen Miller’s influence over immigration policy.

FOIA Request to OSHA Seeking Communications with Meat Industry Representatives

February 24, 2021
FOIA request to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration seeking communications between former top agency officials and representatives of meat-processing companies or trade associations.