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Municipality immune from award of punitive damages by administrative law judge

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Municipality immune from award of punitive damages by administrative law judgeCollins v Village of Lynchburg, Ohio, Decisions of the Administrative Review Board ARB No. 07-079, ALJ No. 2006-SDW-3The U.S. Department of Labor's Administrative Review Board affirmed the Administrative Law Judge's finding that the Village of Lynchburg, Ohio, had violated the whistleblower provision of the Safe Drinking Water Act [SDWA] when it fired Michael Collins two hours after learning that he had called the Ohio read more

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