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ID:

136

Date:

2005-03-21

Headline:

MSHA chief sought industry job for six months

Reporter's name:

Ken Ward Jr.

Delay/denial:

No

Lawsuit:

No

Fees:

No

Media outlet:

Charleston Gazette

City:

Charleston, WV

Summary:

Six months before formally leaving the government for private industry, the federal mine safety chief was seeking a job in the industry that he was charged with regulating, according to records the Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette obtained under FOIA. Dave D. Lauriski, who sought jobs with three different companies or industry groups, had recused himself since 2004 from decisions involving the three entities.

Keywords:

Dave Lauriski; industry groups; Mine Safety and Health Administration


Agencies:

DOL
GAO

States:

WV

Categories:

mine safety


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