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Three Years After TSCA Reform, EPA Struggles To Provide Hoped-For Certainty

July 08, 2019
Three years after Congress reformed the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), handing EPA a host of new authorities to regulate industrial chemicals, agency staff are struggling to meet the law’s deadlines, many rules face litigation, and states and retailers continue to lack confidence that the new regime will provide the certainty they are seeking. Lynn Goldman, who served as EPA’s toxics chief during the Clinton Administration, told a June 24 conference in Washington, D.C., on the third anniversary of the...

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