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H.R. 1664 (102nd): To protect employees who report violations of Federal laws and regulations.

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4/9/1991--Introduced. Prohibits retaliatory personnel practices against employees who: (1) report, or demonstrate an intent to report, violations of Federal laws and regulations or other specified offenses in connection with Federal programs; (2) assist, or demonstrate an intent to assist, in achieving compliance with such laws or regulations; or (3) refuse to commit such violations. Sets forth complaint and investigation procedures and remedies for violations, to be carried out by the Secretary of Labor (or a judge under judicial review).