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— Democratic White House hopefuls are sharpening their attacks on the fossil fuel industry — and possibly giving their Republican opponents an opening to return fire.
— Chemical giant Chemours has quietly stopped making some non-stick coatings used in disposable food packaging amid public debate on toxic PFAS chemicals.
— There are still several possible pitfalls in the appropriations negotiations that could derail talks before the close of the fiscal year at the end of September.
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