EPA Rejects Ban On Controversial Chemical BPA

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has rejected a petition from environmentalists that would have banned the plastic-hardening chemical bisphenol-A, known as BPA, from all food and drink packaging.

The agency said petitioners did not present compelling scientific evidence that the much-debated chemical is dangerous when used in food cans, bottles and other packaging. Federal scientists continue to study the issue.

We’ve covered the controversy over the chemical, including a report just last night.

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  1. JAY says:

    WE NEED TO REJECT THE EPA….THEY HAVE REMOVED MOST OF OUR FREEDOMS IN THE USA …THE EPA IS THE SOLE REASON FOR THE INFLATION IN THIS COUNTRY……ABOLISH THE EPA ,,,,,,SOON……..

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