Critics Eye Suits On TSCA Evaluations But 'Murky' Law Complicates Strategy

August 23, 2018
Environmentalists are raising a litany of legal concerns with the Trump EPA's efforts to evaluate the first 10 existing chemicals reviewed as part of the new Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) program, but a “murky” situation in the recently-revised statute is complicating their strategy of when and how to challenge the evaluations. “The statute is a little murky,” regarding when a final agency action has been made that could be challenged in court, one environmentalist tells Inside EPA, due to...

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