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You contend we are wrong on our point about OSHA not regulating workers' exposure to their own tobacco smoke. One basis for your contention is a letter dated June 8, 1979, you received from Ms. Mary Fulmer, former Area Director of OSHA's former area office in Detroit, Michigan. In her letter Ms. Fulmer stated, OSHA maximum allowable concentrations apply to substances in a worker's breathing zone,

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