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"… views editor and CIIT leader, working with trade groups like the American Chemistry Council. Critical Reviews has since become one of the most-cited toxicol …"

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"… ancial stake in its outcome. In a brief statement to the Center, the American Chemistry Council, the trade and lobby group that paid for the industry study, noted that th …"

"… om the Center. But weeks later, Mundt said that the study’s sponsor, the American Chemistry Council, wouldn’t allow him to talk because of pending litigation. A Dow spokes …"

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"… ups in Washington, the American Petroleum Institute and the American Chemistry Council. Other frequent clients include Navistar, a diesel truck manufacturer …"

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"… ore on lobbying thanks to its “successful 2013 earnings results.” The American Chemistry Council’s lobbying spending jumped from $1.9 million during the first quarter of …"

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"… ts to revamp TSCA — from the industry’s $100 million lobbying arm, the American Chemistry Council, to the Environmental Defense Fund, an advocacy group, to the EPA itself. …"

"… ral Resources. As the Center for Public Integrity reported last year, the American Chemistry Council and other industry groups fight nearly every state measure, contending tha …"

"… y had in previous sessions, the Association of Washington Business and the American Chemistry Council pushed back against the flame retardants bill, officially filing oppositio …"

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"… n, La., gave $25,000. The political group also received $100,000 from the American Chemistry Council — whose members include Marathon Petroleum, Northern Tier Energy and aff …"

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"… er large lobbying forces with prominent health care interests, such as the American Chemistry Council ($4.75 million), American Medical Association ($4.27 million) and the Biot …"

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"… a similar ring to the investigation we published just last week on how the American Chemistry Council seeks to prevent states from regulating toxic chemicals. That new chemica …"

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"… What happened this year in Hartford shows how industry — fueled by the American Chemistry Council, a $100-million-a-year advocacy group glittered with Fortune 500 partners …"

"… alth. I don’t think we ever got the opportunity to see that.” For the American Chemistry Council, it was another in a string of victories in state houses from Maine to Was …"

"… re feeling threatened.” Big money, big connections — and results The American Chemistry Council has resources to push back, representing members such as Dow, Pr …"

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"… y are on vacation or doing these other things together."    …"

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"… ur Toxic Clout series, look for an in-depth investigation of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) and its so-far successful efforts to prevent states and the federal …"

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"… s to be more receptive to their arguments.” As of August 2011, the American Chemistry Council, a trade association that represents companies such as Dow and ExxonM …"

"… – a natural gas liquid – as a feedstock. In a recent report, the American Chemistry Council said that nearly 100 projects, valued at $71.7 billion, had been announced …"

"… he public might reasonably experience,” the group wrote the Center. The American Chemistry Council twice sued HHS, seeking to obtain data underlying a federally funded study …"

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"… a year. What’s so threatening about the chemicals of concern list? The American Chemistry Council, a trade group, did not respond to requests for comment. In a statement t …"

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"… revise its assessment of the compound in 2011, even as a trade group, the American Chemistry Council, urged the agency to wait for industry funded studies. Several members of …"

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"… trends and prevent future accidents. However, industry groups, such as the American Chemistry Council, and major companies, such as Dow Chemical, pushed back, trying to narrow …"

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"… roducts and the rest into “unknown applications.” In a statement, the American Chemistry Council, a trade association, said, "The chlor-alkali production processes that in …"

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"… udies being paid for by the chemical industry. To lead those studies, the American Chemistry Council, the industry’s main trade group and lobbyist, hired ToxStrategies Inc., …"

"… r6.” Proctor, the same scientist who recently conducted studies for the American Chemistry Council, billed for her time on the Chinese article as well, according to a deposi …"

"… conclusion. Hexavalent chromium is safe only in miniscule doses. Yet the American Chemistry Council planned to have a number of new studies ready just before the EPA was sche …"

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"… ence and policy is extremely powerful. Much like the clout of the NRA, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) is an industry trade association that often acts to create uncertain …"

"… cy to delay action — citing, among other issues, pending research by the American Chemistry Council. The EPA agreed to put off action. The EPA was unaware that three of the p …"

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"… shed back, arguing for exemptions or calling the measure unnecessary. The American Chemistry Council has taken one of the strongest positions opposing the rule, saying in a st …"

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"… aths. The chemical industry’s trade association and chief lobbyist, the American Chemistry Council, urged the EPA to wait for more research, a common practice to delay actio …"

"… wait for the results of new studies costing $4 million and paid for by the American Chemistry Council. The EPA decided to wait at the urging of a panel of scientists chosen to …"

"… on the EPA panel. Another scientist who urged the EPA to wait for the American Chemistry Council studies served as a consultant on those studies. “You don’t have to b …"

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"… try. Yet the EPA removed Rice from the panel after an intense push by the American Chemistry Council (ACC), an industry lobbying group that accused her of bias. Her supposed c …"

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"… may use the findings in protecting workers from hazardous exposures.”The American Chemistry Council, the main chemical industry trade association in the United States, questi …"

"… ing cups. The FDA acted, however, only after receiving a petition from the American Chemistry Council, which said that manufacturers of these products had already abandoned the …"

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"… r demand for stricter regulation with industry interests, according to the American Chemistry Council.Real EstateRank: 4Total: $23 millionFavorite candidate: Mitt RomneyTop don …"

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"… tt Jensen, a spokesman for the chemical industry’s main trade group, the American Chemistry Council, said in a statement that CFATS has “improved security for thousands of …"

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"… il, the plant won three Responsible Care Energy Efficiency Awards from the American Chemistry Council.SABIC said in a news release at the time that such recognition demonstrate …"

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"… gas deposits. Dust ensues.Industry isn’t giving in. In a statement, the American Chemistry Council called a new silica rule “unnecessary,” saying it “could threaten te …"

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"… no federal intervention in our industry is justified or required.” The American Chemistry Council has taken a harder line, arguing that a new rule is unnecessary. “We bel …"

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"… rity trumps party affiliation.”In a written statement to the Center, the American Chemistry Council, the chemical industry’s main trade association, said there is no need f …"

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"… ed. A Hawaii representative, also working as a lobbyist for the American Chemistry Council, was allowed to vote on a bill that would implement a 10-cent fee for plas …"

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"… at the studies are often contradictory or inconclusive.In a statement, the American Chemistry Council, which represents chemical companies, said Wednesday that the industry “ …"

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