Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) - Nearly two decades ago, the federal government passed legislation to cover any medical expenses incurred by employees working in the country’s nuclear weapons facilities.
And nearly two decades later, employees, their families, advocacy groups and attorneys are still fighting to make sure employees get those benefits.
In 2000, President Bill Clinton signed an executive order requiring the federal government to compensate nuclear weapons ...
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