ADAO reaffirms the necessity for banning asbestos The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization today reaffirmed the necessity for an asbestos ban this Labor Time, as America honors the workforce that continues to power the country, even in the wake of the economic downturn. In addition, ADAO remembers the legacy of Warren Zevon, who passed on from the asbestos malignancy, mesotheolioma, six years ago. 742 and H.R. 6903 and President Obama will sign the bill into regulation immediately. It’s time to end the tragedy of asbestos for others and employees who are unknowingly exposed. And the physical body count will continue to rise.’.Christine, Kerry O’Neill and Steven Arkow of the U.S. Attorney’s Workplace for the Central District of California, and Trial Lawyer Jonathan Baum of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section. The instances had been investigated by the FBI; the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General ; and the California Division of Justice, Bureau of Medical Fraud and Elder Misuse. The case was brought within the Medicare Fraud Strike Push, supervised by Deputy Chief Kirk Ogrosky of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and Acting U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California George S.