Do Revisions to Nation’s Toxic Chemical Law Represent Reform?

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By Mollie Rosenzweig, Center for Progressive Reform Earlier this month, revisions to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) cleared the Senate and now await President Obama’s signature. TSCA’s failure to provide EPA with meaningful authority to protect Americans from toxic...
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What’s That Toxic Smell? One Father Clashes with the Chemical Industry

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By Anna Low-Beer, U.S. PIRG The movie Stink! originated with one pair of children’s pajamas that Director John Whelan bought his daughters for Christmas in 2011. The new pajamas, when taken out of their plastic packaging, smelled overwhelmingly of chemicals. That one smell prompted Whelan to...
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