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Dirty Stuff is an industrial by-product of a large number of industrial processes that was recently found to have harmful health side-effects. A first meeting was convened at which representatives from environmental organizations, labor unions, industry groups, community groups and consumer groups discussed how Dirty Stuff should be regulated. This meeting ended abruptly and in a highly emotional and hostile fashion – a fact which was reported in the press. A second meeting has been convened and the various factions have agreed to enlist the help of a facilitator. The goal of the upcoming second meeting is to revise the proposed rule regarding the production and use of Dirty Stuff. This will be published in The Federal Register.
The product includes:
Confidential Instructions for the Agency Negotiator
Confidential Advice to the Negotiator for the Environmental Coalition
Confidential Instructions for the Consumer Negotiator
Confidential Instructions for the Industrial Negotiator
Confidential Instructions for the Labor Negotiator
Confidential Instructions for the Facilitator
Negotiation, Environment Law
Geographic: United States
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