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The chemical industry's having a bad reaction to new regs

from WIRED

America used to be a chemistry powerhouse: It's the nation that made teflon, Super Glue, and Magic Grow dinosaurs. But recently, the number of new chemical substances approved by federal regulators has dropped by half. That's because last summer Congress issued reforms to the Toxic Substances Control Act, a 30 year old law governing how the EPA and other federal agencies check the boxes that let new chemicals come to market. more


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