This article talks a lot about potential costs related to possible new rules,
but doesn't even mention the health concerns related to Dioxin. Also, the
American Chemistry Council is referenced and we are provided with a quote from
one of its members, but no context. How about explaining that this is a group
representing major chemical companies with a vested interest in opposing
stricter government regulations?
Why are the state and city officials so up in arms and so quick to mention
costs. Its always the cost they are concerned about, never the public health.
They sound like Chairman Mao's "Capitalist Running Dogs!"Thank God for the EPA, they're looking out for public health, unlike city and
Tell the EPA to get lost, we don't need them, don't want them, can't afford
them. Do the country a big favor and just eliminate the worthless, totalitarian