PEER Protects Public Employees
PEER counsels conscientious public employees facing career-changing moments of both crises and opportunity. We work on many fronts to protect public servants, specializing in whistleblower protections, First Amendment rights, and civil service laws. PEER plays an invaluable role in the environmental movement and in how the government operates. We aim to stop the assault on the government workforce and to give voice to the public servants who are working for transparency and accountability in government.
Across the country, those charged with protecting our environment are the victims of harassment, threats, assault, and intimidation.
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Inquiry’s Scope Significantly Narrowed with Apology for “Any Misunderstandings”
Remaining Ten Rare Big-Eared Bats Do Not Have to Die for Science
Cal-OSHA Employees Ordered to Disclose All Outside “Presentations” and Materials
Manufacturers Only Required to Display Uninformative Legal Exposure Limits
Backlog of Thousands of Chemicals Worsened by Constipated Process and Timidity
High Toxic Levels at Three Federal Prisons but Lack of Records Masks Health Effect
Interior Saw No Legal Obligation to Shield Workers from Years of Noxious Vapors
Workplace Injury and Illness Records So Poor That Progress Claims Are Illusory
OSHA Drifts in Wrong Direction by Further Misallocating Scarce Resources
DEP Employees Files Grievances over Higher Toxic Exposure with No Protection
Biologist Who Demonstrated for the L.A. River Paddles off to Law School
Lame Duck Reorganization Cutting Green Jobs to Promote Outsourcing
No Anti-Contamination Safeguards in Place for Years at Federal Penitentiary in Ohio