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Asbestos and Workplace Conditions at the Smithsonian, Panel 1 = 29:00 -
House Committee, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
with Robert A. Brady, U.S. Representative - [D] Pennsylvania, Daniel "Dan" E. Lungren, U.S. Representative - [R] California, and Gregg Harper, U.S. Representative - [R] Mississippi
From C-Span TV Channel, Wednesday, April 1st, 2009 - Previous Item / Next Item
A hearing was held on allegations of asbestos exposure at Smithsonian Institution museums. It was held in response to a Washington Post story about a worker at the National Air and Space Museum who was diagnosed with a lung disease. The head of the Smithsonian, Wayne Clough, testified in the first panel. In his remarks Mr. Clough stated that the museums are safe and in compliance with OSHA (Occu...

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