States eye tighter chemical regulations

Numerous states have proposed legislation to assert more control over commercial chemicals in consumer products, as the Environmental Protection Agency has neared the limits of its powers under the Toxic Substances Control Act, writes Cheryl Hogue. One trend of concern to industry is proposals to "create lists of chemicals of high concern," where alternatives would be mandated when available.

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