PFAS pressure

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As House lawmakers arrive back home for August recess, some expect to face questions on PFAS chemicals, especially in places like Michigan, which is pressing forward with its own strict regulations.

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler is in the Philadelphia area today to tour an oil refinery.

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