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Calls for EPA to Oversee Chemical Security Are Misguided

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The recent article by former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman "does not depict the true state of chemical security" in the U.S., writes American Chemistry Council President and CEO Cal Dooley. "Over the last decade, the federal government has put several programs in place to regulate all aspects of chemical security," Dooley writes. "Pursuing a flawed approach that has been rejected time and again by policy makers across the political spectrum and that runs counter to the president's call to use the best regulatory tools is hardly good policy or politics," he adds.
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