Now that the House is taking action on the Chemical Safety Improvement Act, it could create an opportunity to advance the bipartisan bill, Jason Plautz writes.
At a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing Wednesday, ACC President Cal Dooley noted that the bill provides "much-needed balance" and that concerns with the legislation are "manageable and may be based on misperception or misunderstanding." Following the hearing, Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., said the progress signals Congress "may be productive" on reforming the Toxic Substances Control Act.

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