Coalition of environmental, health, and union activists mount challenges to radioactive-roads policy

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“The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has drawn a lawsuit and an administrative challenge over its decision to allow use of a radioactive byproduct of fertilizer production to pave roads.

In its administrative challenge filed on Dec. 18, the center, backed by organizations including the Sierra Club, ManaSota-88, North America’s Building Trade Unions, and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, accused EPA Director Andrew Wheeler of violating the Administrative Procedures Act, which requires advance public notice of regulatory changes and a period for public comment.”

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