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Election brings no change

9:04 AM MST | November 9, 2012

Last week’s election leaves the US regulatory environment facing the same challenges it has for the past four years. Divided government will continue to make significant regulatory and economic policy changes difficult. Gridlock in Washington has stalled key industrial and regulatory initiatives over the past four years, most notably reform of chemical management policy. Energy reform has also floundered, but shale has single-handedly managed to transform the US energy landscape over the past four years, despite lack of action in Washington. Efforts to...

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