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Bipartisan effort to attack ethylene oxide

Task force features congressmen from both sides of aisle

Posted: Friday, November 22, 2019 11:23 pm | Updated: 11:26 pm, Fri Nov 22, 2019.

WASHINGTON — Reps. Jody Hice and Brad Schneider both have districts with plants where ethylene oxide has become a concern.

Hice, R-Ga., and Schneider, D-Ill., on Thursday morning announced they have formed a bipartisan task force focused on addressing the threat of EtO emissions and urging the Environmental Protection Agency to act.

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