U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works
U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works
Hearing Statements
Date:   07/19/2006
 
FULL COMMITTEE HEARING
The Science and Risk Assessment Behind the EPA’s Proposed Revisions to the Particulate Matter Air Quality Standards

Committee on Environment and Public Works
The Science and Risk Assessment Behind the EPA’s Proposed Revisions to the Particulate Matter Air Quality Standards
July 19, 2006
628 Dirksen, 9:00 AM

Opening Statement:

Sen. James M. Inhofe, of Oklahoma.

Sen. George V. Voinovich , of Ohio.

Sen. Lincoln Chafee, of Rhode Island.

Sen. Jim DeMint, of South Carolina.

Sen. Johnny Isakson, of Georgia.

Sen. James M. Jeffords, of Vermont.

Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman, of Connecticut.

Sen. Barbara Boxer, California.

Sen. Thomas R. Carper, of Delaware.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, of New York.

Sen. Frank Lautenberg, of New Jersey.

Witnesses:

George Gray, PhD.
Assistant Administrator for Research and Development
U.S. EPA

John Stephenson
Director, Natural Resources and Environment
U.S. GAO

Roger McClellan, DVM, MMS
Advisor, Toxicology and Human Health Risk Analysis

George Thurston, ScD.
Associate Professor
New York University
School of Medicine
Department of Environmental Medicine

Anne Smith
Vice President
CRA International

Daniel Greenbaum
President
Health Effects Institute