80 Years Later, Cosmetics Chemicals Still Unregulated

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By Scott Faber, Environmental Working Group It’s been 80 years since Congress last voted to regulate cosmetics. And a lot has changed since June 25, 1938 – the day Congress passed the Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act of 1938. These days cosmetics are a $60 billion-a-year business, and the average...
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Zinke’s Plans Could Undermine the Sage-Grouse Conservation Strategy and Endangered Species Act

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By Jim Lyons, Center for American Progress Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke’s keynote address at the Western Governors’ Association summer meeting slated for Tuesday, June 26, invites Westerners and conservationists everywhere to revisit his decision to review the Obama-era sage-grouse...
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