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 Joe Broadhurst  Contact Contributor
Bill Walker is Vice President at the Environmental Working Group, California.
The Bush Administration has adopted regulations that will dramatically roll back Americans' right to know about chemical hazards in their neighborhoods, allowing California industries to handle almost 600,000 pounds of toxic chemicals a year without telling the public, according to an investigation of federal data by Environmental Working Group (EWG).

Bill Walker is Vice President at the Environmental Working Group and he joined Joe Broadhurst of CKUT Radio to discuss the effects this dicision will have on local communities' right-to-know what Industry is doing.

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00:16:20 1 April 25, 2007
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