Toxic Exposure: How Texas Chemical Council Members Pollute State Politics & the EnvironmentHome

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Read the Press Release

I. Summary
II. Introduction

III. Meet the Texas Chemical Council

IV. Chemical Council Toxic Releases
                                A Sterling Reputation in Texas City 
                        Huntsman Holidays in Odessa
           Chemical Council Carcinogen Releases
           Chemical Council ‘Grandfathered’ Air Releases

V. Chemical Council Political Releases
           Chemical Council Statewide Releases
           Chemical Council Legislative Releases
           The Chemical Council’s Political Agenda
           The Chemical Council Lobby

VI. Conclusion
VII. End Notes

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