California is considering whether a dangerous chemical found in common paint strippers should be taken off the market. Health authorities there say dozens of people have died from exposure to methylene chloride. The Environmental Protection Agency is also
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Published: 2021-05-08 12:15 pm
Why is a potentially lethal chemical still legal in the U.S.?
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