I was proud to cosponsor this bill when it was before the Senate and even prouder that we sent it to the President today without any dissent. Amid all the partisanship in today’s politics, the good faith shown in this process is a model for legislative cooperation, and I hope it will be repeated.
Passing TSCA is a big win for Delaware consumers and Delaware businesses. This legislation will provide clarity to the many innovative companies we’re home to and improve safety standards for products in households around the country.
- U.S. Rep. John Carney (D-DE)
This effort by Congress will provide added protections for people where they live and work and goes a long way toward ensuring good health for Hispanics and all communities.
- Dr. Jane L. Delgado, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health
As an association of advocates for workers, consumers, and families harmed by toxic chemicals, we support this effort to reform our broken federal chemical regulatory system.
- Linda Lipsen, CEO, American Association for Justice
The passage of this legislation is an important success for the industry that will be good for the U.S. economy and the environment.
- John Mitchell, President and CEO, IPC—Association Connecting Electronics Industries
This legislation improves chemical safety, protects the environment, and provides the semiconductor industry and other sectors with needed certainty in manufacturing products that drive economic growth.
- John Neuffer, President and CEO, Semiconductor Industry Association
Passage of this groundbreaking legislation is a significant win for AAFA and our members. As downstream users of chemicals, the apparel, footwear, travel good and textiles industry is committed to making risk-based, informed decisions to protect the health and safety of their consumers and the environment.