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US EPA Should Eliminate ‘Hazardous’ Chemicals In Cosmetics? Petition Denied

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The Environmental Protection Agency does not have the jurisdiction to grant William D. Bush’s request, even if the petitioner had specified the “chemical mixtures” he wants banned or provided the level of data required to initiate proceedings under the Toxic Substances Control Act.

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