December 1997

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HPIn SHE: An open letter to President Clinton

Two significant events happened recently. First, news came over the Reuters wire that, after five years of wrangling, U.S. President Clinton had agreed to not veto the creation of the Chemical Safety ..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

Two significant events happened recently. First, news came over the Reuters wire that, after five years of wrangling, U.S. President Clinton had agreed to not veto the creation of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, with a startup budget of $4 billion. It will come as no surprise to those who know me that when I read that news my first reactions were to smile cynically and order a larger waste bin. But then I relented. After all, it is getting close to Hanukkah, the season of good will to all things, including politicians. So, in an unprecedented spirit of generosity, I am offering President Clinton some "free" advice. No strings, Bill; I'm not a lawyer, just a simpl

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