Negatives Outweigh Positives In Proposed TSCA Reform Bill, Attorney Says
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
New Jersey Democratic Senator Frank R. Lautenberg’s newly introduced bill to update the Toxic Substances Control Act shows improvement over last year’s proposal, but its potential benefit does not measure up to the burden that would be imposed upon industry, one attorney says.
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