Risk Assessment and Environmental Policy
During a briefing on the role of environmental policy development and risk assessment, participants discussed whether the Environmental Protection Agency should base its policy on scientific assessments of risks to human health or the environment.
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Linda J. Fisher Attorney Latham and Watkins
Lynn R. Goldman M.D. Assistant Administrator Environmental Protection Agency
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