Atlanta Environmental and Natural Resources laywers, Angela Levin and Maria Houser, recently authored the article, “In a World Without Congressional Reform: A New (Old) Role for EPA under TSCA Section 6,” which appeared in the ABA’s Spring 2015 environmental journal, Natural Resources & Environment. Addressing the national chemical regulatory landscape in the absence of TSCA Reform, the article takes the position that EPA’s assessment of chemical restrictions and bans under TSCA Section 6 may be an important tool to reasserting EPA’s leadership on chemicals regulation and is preferable to the current patchwork of state, local, and even consumer-driven chemical de-selection that is occurring today.