File it under the heading “Enough is enough!”, as President Trump’s nominee to head the Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration, Scott Mugno,  has withdrawn his name from consideration. A former FedEx safety executive, the Mugno nomination (filed in 2017) was caught up in a tug-of-war between the Congress and the White House over a host of appointments (Gaston Pearce to NLRB, Chai Feldblum and Daniel Gade to EEOC, among others) that were opposed for partisan reasons by both parties in the 115th Congress. When the 115th Congress ended at the end of 2018, all pending nominations expired with it. Mugno was re-nominated to head OSHA, but facing continued uncertainty over his future, he advised Labor Secretary Alex Acosta early this week that he had enough and was withdrawing.