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Two lawmakers question EPA on asbestos after Reuters report

Reuters India Friday, 21 December 2018
Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers have called on the Environmental Protection Agency to answer questions about asbestos exposure after Reuters reported that documents showed Johnson & Johnson knew for decades of the mineral’s presence in its popular baby powder.
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