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2superfund111401 -- Testimony's were given by (from left) Bill Stanley (Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufactures Assn.), Paul Orum (Working Group on Community Right to Know), Robert Shinn Jr. (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection), Fred Weber (American Chemistry Council), and Rena Steinzor (National Recources Defense Council) at the Superfund, Toxics, Risk and Waste Management Subcommittee hearing on S.1602, to help protect the public against the threat of chemical attack, on Wednesday.  Declining to attend were Christine Todd Whitman of the EPA and Attorney General John Ashcroft.

2superfund111401 -- Testimony's were given by (from left) Bill Stanley (Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufactures Assn.), Paul Orum (Working Group on Community Right to Know), Robert Shinn Jr. (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection), Fred Weber (American Chemistry Council), and Rena Steinzor (National Recources Defense Council) at the Superfund, Toxics, Risk and Waste Management Subcommittee hearing on S.1602, to help protect the public against the threat of chemical attack, on...
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