The rollback of rules at the U.S. Department of Labor requiring large employers to report workplace injuries and illnesses has drawn a challenge from attorneys general in six states.

The action by New Jersey, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota and New York says the Department of Labor acted in an arbitrary and capricious manner on Jan. 25 when it rolled back a 2016 rule governing reporting of injuries.

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