Whistle-Blower at DOE’s Oak Ridge Lab Dies

In Democracy, Human rights, Public Health, Workplace exposure on August 6, 2013 at 8:52 am

Charles Varnadore, who in the 1990’s blew the whistle on questionable safety practices at DOE’s Oak Ridge Lab in Tennessee and was punished for his action to bring truth to light, died at age 71. One result of his effort was to strengthen laws to protect whistle-blowers. See New York Times article at http://nyti.ms/15FlzbJ


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