Brown asks U.S. EPA to keep cancer cluster families informed

Sandusky Register

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown has asked the U.S. EPA to better inform Clyde Cancer Cluster families about developments in the agency's investigation.


In a letter he sent Wednesday to EPA administrator Lisa Jackson, Brown also asked the EPA to intervene in a dispute between Whirlpool and the current owners of the land known as Whirlpool Park.


An agreement between the company and the property owners would speed up further testing of contamination on the land.

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