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Lawmakers Challenge CBI Rule

7:46 AM MDT | May 21, 2012

Some lawmakers say they are concerned about the notice of proposed rulemaking EPA has that would restrict the ability of companies to claim confidential business information (CBI) exemptions from requirements related to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), saying the proposed rule would stifle innovation. “There are effective, alternative means to provide health and safety information to the public without disclosing legitimate confidential chemical identities,” according to a May 11 letter from seven lawmakers to Cass Sunstein, head of the Office...

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