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5/25/16 - Michigan Chemistry Council Applauds House Passage of Historic TSCA Reform Legislation

The Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) applauds the passage of historic legislation to update the nation’s chemical management system. On Tuesday, May 24th, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (H.R.  2576) by an overwhelming bipartisan vote of 403 to 12. The legislation received unanimous support from members of Michigan’s Congressional delegation.[1]

5/19/16 - Michigan Chemistry Council Elects Nine Members to Board of Directors

At its annual membership meeting on May 17th, the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) elected nine members to its board of directors, including three members who are joining the MCC board for the first time.

 The new members include:

  • Mark Kramer – President & CEO, Anderson Development Company, Adrian, MI
  • Jeffrey Bolin - Sr. Vice President of Technical Operations, Dragun Corporation, Farmington Hills, MI
  • Andy Weisbrodt – Business Development Manager, Three Rivers Corporation, Midland, MI 
3/14/16 - Michigan Chemistry Council Continues to Work for Energy Competitiveness & Environmental Stewardship in 2016

For 2016, energy cost competitiveness and environmental stewardship continue to be significant priorities for the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) and its member companies. Again topping the list of the organization’s annual policy priorities was a call for energy affordability, through policies that increase competition and provide effective regulatory oversight of Michigan’s energy markets. MCC’s Executive Director John Dulmes said, “We brought a lot of attention last year to the problem of Michigan’s sky-high electric rates, and we expect that – if energy legislation is passed this year – it will address our key concern for energy competitiveness to grow jobs in the state.”


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