Issue Date: August 16, 2010
A major Chemical industry organization has for the past year been calling for a fundamental shift in how the Environmental Protection Agency regulates commercial substances. After consulting with business groups and activists, lawmakers in the House of Representatives responded in July by introducing legislation that would do just that.
The resulting legislation, however, contains key provisions that the requesting organization—the American Chemistry Council (ACC), an association of chemical manufacturers—staunchly opposes. Another . . .
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