SACRAMENTO — All but clearing the seats in a Capitol hearing room, business proponents arose en masse last month and made an orderly stampede to the microphone to protest one of the most controversial measures of a controversial legislative season.

AB 1127, a measure high on the agenda of labor unions and backed by the state’s district attorneys, proposes putting a sharp set of teeth into Cal-OSHA’s enforcement of workplace safety standards.

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