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N.Y. Sen. Gillibrand Seeks Federal Action On Personal-Care Microbeads

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A federal interagency task force should include microbeads and microplastics from personal-care products on its list of Great Lakes contaminants, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand asserts in a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy.

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