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Ungrounded Lightning's Journal: New federal "security" regs on hundreds of common chemicals 3

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Big brother is at it again. The Department of Homeland Security is issuing new regulations requiring reporting on, and guarding of, hundreds of common chemicals with "terrorist applications" (such as propane, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine, ...). This impacts farms, universities, industries from pool supplies to medicine to janitorial, small business, startups, and the general public.

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New federal "security" regs on hundreds of common chemicals

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