NEW YORK - Dan Mooney has no idea what it will take for his construction cranes to pass inspection.
The crane company owner recently asked New York City officials for a list of safety hazards that inspectors look for. He was told that information wasn't public.
"How am I supposed to know what I need if you won't tell me?" Mooney asked. "It's like not posting the speed limit."
In 35 other states, crane companies face a different problem: Operators don't need… Continue