TSCA: The 40-Year Old Virgin

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By Daniel Rosenberg and Jennifer Sass, Natural Resources Defense Council Will EPA ever regulate a chemical under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)? Judging solely on the history of the law, it is hard to be optimistic. Since 1976 when the law was first enacted, EPA has adopted partial...
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Two for One: A Very Bad Deal for Our Nation

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By David Friedman, Union of Concerned Scientists Imagine you are in the market for a new car. You are excited to buy one with a new technology that will warn you of an imminent crash so you have enough time to hit the brakes to save your son’s or daughter’s...
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EPA Must Finalize Rules to Act on Dangerous Chemicals

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By Daniel Rosenberg and Veena Singla, Natural Resources Defense Council Talk about bad timing. After 40 years of stagnation, the most important federal law regulating chemicals for consumer product, commercial and industrial uses (the Toxic Substances Control Act, TSCA) just had a major...
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