In separate incidents over a period of several months, three employees died in a steel mill owned by USX Corp.: one from burns, one from crushing, and one from suffocation. OSHA, an administrative arm of the U.S. Department of Labor, was asked to investigate. After a finding of safety violations, OSHA recommended fines of $7.3 million. OSHA prevailed in a legal challenge of their authority to assess and collect fines without USX having an opportunity to contest the findings. How much due process does a company or person deserve? Should all circumstances require the same due process, or does an emergency situation justify less due process?


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