Senate confirms Lauriski to head MSHA

June 2001
Pit & Quarry;Jun2001, Vol. 93 Issue 13, p32
Trade Publication
Focuses on the confirmation of the United States Senate of some of the nominees of President George W. Bush to Department of Labor positions. Confirmation of Dave Lauriski as Assistant Secretary of Labor for Mine Safety and Health; Previous jobs and corporate affiliations of Lauriski; Other confirmations to various Department of Labor positions.


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