Bill aims to repair fatal flaws in toxic chemical regulations

05/30/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The bipartisan Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013 introduced in the Senate would fix major flaws in the current laws governing the regulation of chemicals used in manufacturing and consumer products, and give the Environmental Protection Agency more responsibility for ensuring the safety of chemicals. Industry trade groups support the bill, while environmental advocacy groups are pushing for stricter regulations.

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