Congressman Introduces Bill to Remove Ammunition Exemption From TSCA

Following a strong grassroots campaign led by NSSF, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last month denied a petition by the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) – an established anti-hunting group — to ban the production and distribution of traditional ammunition under the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) of 1976. The EPA was forced to deny the petition based on language in the TSCA that specifically exempts ammunition from being considered a “chemical substance.”  Now, a well-established anti-gun politician is attempting to change or remove that exemption.

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Congressman Introduces Bill to Remove Ammunition Exemption From TSCA

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