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Spokane appeals findings, fine in Waste-to-Energy Plant investigation

The city has provided additional materials to the Department of Labor & Industries and hopes to receive a revised report by the end of next month, Public Works Director Scott Simmons told the City Council on Monday. Craig Law and Larry Pratt received severe steam burns during routine boiler cleaning Oct. 4.

Caldwell: L&I silence on premiums seems to be political ploy

The Washington Department of Labor & Industries has delayed release of 2011 workers’ compensation premium adjustments until November, after an election that includes a proposal that would drastically change the program. Director Judy Schurke told legislators Thursday the department has not run the numbers, normally released in September, because they would have to be thrown out if Initiative 1082 passes. Releasing any numbers, she said, might “confuse” business owners.