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House bill seeks greater oversight of EPA advisory boards

9:28 AM MDT | October 1, 2012 | Kara Sissell

Representative Ralph Hall (R., TX) has introduced legislation aimed at changing how experts are selected for US EPA’s science advisory panels. The bill would improve transparency, increase oversight of Science Advisory Board (SAB) selection, and limit the potential for conflicts of interest, proponents say. ACC says the bill would help ensure regulatory actions are based on sound science. “We cannot overstate the importance of this bill to Americans, who must have confidence in a regulatory system that is transparent and that makes decisions based on...

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