ACC lauds bill that would rework EPA's Science Advisory Board

04/16/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

The American Chemistry Council expressed its support for a bill advanced last week by the House Science, Space and Technology Committee that would revamp the composition and operations of the Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board. "The legislation will improve how panels are formed, hold peer review panels accountable in responding to public comment, and ensure that legitimate scientific concerns are transparently addressed," ACC said.

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