Unwarranted fears about bisphenol A are spurring regulations that could lead to more dangerous alternatives, writes Angela Logomasini of the Independent Women's Forum and Competitive Enterprise Institute. "Manufacturers have used BPA for more than 60 years to make hard, clear plastics and resins that line food containers, and there are no documented cases of BPA-related illnesses from consumer exposures," she writes.

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