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To get an idea of some of the hot topics in environmental legislation in the United States you might want to look at the National Association of Manufacturers, American Chemical Society, NRDC, and Sierra Club websites for varying perspectives. A simple google search on United State environmental legislation should get you information about the specific environmental statutes (e.g., Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, RCRA, CERCLA/Superfund, Endangered Species Act, etc.).
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