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As EPA Issues TSCA’s Framework Rules, Bipartisan Law Faces Challenges

June 27, 2017, Risk Policy Report

Donald Elliott is quoted in a Risk Policy Report article regarding the release of the EPA's framework rules to implement the new Toxic Substances Control Act. According the Elliott, the law is "quite durable," adding that "[w]e haven't seen any indicators from the Trump administration that they're targeting it." However, Elliott also notes that there will be "key implementation issues…[that] we'll see over the next couple of years."

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