Coalition for Chemical Safety
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The Coalition for Chemical Safety is a front group created by the U.S. chemical industry.
In December, 2009, the Coalition for Chemical Safety set up a table in the capitol of Montana in Helena, and told the public that they were troubled with the current federal toxic chemical law, and were recruiting new concerned citizens. The group portrayed itself as a health advocacy group, but was actually fighting tighter controls on chemicals. 
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Related SourceWatch articles
- Alexandra Gormon Scranton Will the real health advocates please stand up?, Helena (Montana) Independent Record, January 3, 2010
- Richard Denison, "Immaculate Deception: New “Coalition for Chemical Safety” is actually an industry front group", Environmental Defense, October 26, 2009.
- Richard Denison, "Immaculate deception, part 2: Chemical industry front group calls for ban on bisphenol A", Environmental Defense, December 15, 2009.
- Joe Householder, "Comment from Joe Householder", Environmental Defense, December 16, 2009.
- Richard Denison, "Coalition for Chemical Safety throws first member under the bus", Environmental Defense, December 18, 2009.
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