Mar 7, 2014 at 08:57 AM
If you thought West Virginia’s water contamination problems ended with the “ok” to turn faucets back on, you’re wrong. As West Virginians are calling the chemical spill a wake up call, lawmakers are trying to hit the snooze button on tougher regulations.
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Despite ppl in WV calling the chemical spill a wake up call, lawmakers are hitting the snooze button on tougher regs. http://t.co/sHFwgqrR8n
We need to strengthen, not weaken chemical safety in the U.S. Here's why: http://t.co/ZVyFvnA1rz
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