Judis, John B.
January 2003
New Republic;1/27/2003, Vol. 228 Issue 3, p12
Deals with the proposal of the Chemical Security Act by New Jersey Senator Jon Corzine, which would include chemical plants in the anti-terrorist regulations in the U.S. in January 2003. Influence of business lobbies in the decision of such issues; Efforts of Corzine to win the support of Republicans in the Environment and Public Works Committee; Republican members of the committee who oppose the bill.


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