Fundamental Differences Emerge As Congress Prepares to Introduce New Legislation
Grupos para la Salud Pública Desafían a la Industria sobre la Reforma de la Política de los Productos Químicos
Diferencias Fundamentales Surgen A Medida que el Congreso se Prepara a Introducir Legislación Nueva
Long-Awaited Bill to Reform 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act Expected Later this Month
Saying Children Should Not Be Used as Guinea Pigs for Testing Effects of Toxic Chemicals, Senator Frank Lautenberg Announces Plans to Introduce a Safer Chemicals Bill Soon
In a crowded Senate hearing room, the law governing toxic chemical production and use was explored and determined to be inadequate to protect families and children from health effects linked to toxic chemical exposure.
New report demonstrates reductions in toxic chemical exposure would make Americans healthier, wealthier
Congressional reform of toxics law could save billions in health care costs
Nuevo reporte demuestra que menor exposicion a quimicos toxicos haria a los Americanos mas saludables, ricos
Reforma del Congreso de ley de tóxicos podría ahorrar billones en costos del cuidado de la salud
FDA changes position on BPA: Agency acknowledges new science, concerns over effect on infants and children’s health
Today, after years of insisting that the hormone-mimicking chemical bisphenol A (BPA) was “safe for all uses,” the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has revised its stance.
Toxic Chemical DecaBDE: EPA Says Phase It Out, Environmental Health Advocates Applaud and Ask for More Protection
EPA to phase out toxic chemical decabromodiphenyl ether (decaBDE), a brominated flame retardant that has been in the crosshairs of a coalition of states, scientists and public health professionals for nearly a decade
The U.S. Senate will hear testimony from key government agencies related to the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the law that governs chemical use and safety at the federal level.
Congressional hearing will examine how the EPA should begin the task of reviewing tens of thousands of chemicals in widespread use