Lawmakers say the bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act is a bipartisan effort.
GOP worries feds may punish states by withholding money.
“We have people all over the world clamoring for this product,” Rep. Ed Whitfield told reporters.
An aide says Senate Democrats feel no pressure to vote on the House-approved bill.
Supporters and opponents of Rep. Fred Upton are spending big in the final days.
Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) called Friday for the House Energy and Commerce Committee to hold a...
The 1996 law contained just 11 references to the Internet and only one to broadband.
The bill would make good on a promise from President Obama about Obamacare.