Chemical Safety Reform Gains Momentum in Congress

Two bills in Congress would dramatically strengthen the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ability to regulate chemicals. The bills shift the burden of proof to industry, which would have to demonstrate the safety of existing and new chemicals. That’s a major change from the existing system, in which EPA must prove that chemicals are harmful before it can regulate them.

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