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The Chemical Industry Scores a Big Win at the E.P.A.

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Literally the thing it’s supposed to do — protect the environment — it’s not doing now in reviewing the safety risks of toxic chemicals, after heavy lobbying from the chemical industry. The EPA will look at possible harm caused by direct contact with a chemical in the workplace or elsewhere, but not any potential exposure of the chemical’s presence in the air, the ground or water.

The Chemical Industry Scores a Big Win at the E.P.A.

The agency has decided that it will not look at air, water or ground contaminants when it determines the health and safety risks of potentially toxic chemicals.

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  1. I have a simple way to save taxpayers money and time in ascertaining the effects of such chemicals on the human populace: Lock Scott Pruitt, the fuckhead, in a room, and pump the room full of whatever he’s not “looking at” and see how it affects him. If he dies, we probably shouldn’t allow it.

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