Tomorrow the FDA will hear more on the BPA “debate.” This time they will acknowledge environmental and safety groups’ studies showing BPA does have harmful effects on humans and human development.

They will also consider factors such as public opinion, BPA-bans and retailers who have also banned BPA products in their stores.

Let’s pray this time the FDA will side with the public’s best interest rather than the plastic industry and other special interest groups.

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