“It’s disappointing to hear they think that way because it shows industry stakeholders aren’t taking this crisis seriously,” said Jennifer Walling, executive director of the Illinois Environmental Council, a nonprofit group that helped draft legislation opposed by Griffith and other business lobbyists. “They appear to be more interested in protecting the bottom line than negotiating a compromise that protects public health.”
How tough is the Illinois law on ethylene oxide? Not nearly tough enough, some lawmakers and residents say.
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Rather than each state receiving a formula-driven amount of funds — much like how last year’s major infrastructure law operates — the states that will
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