Regulating Rocket Fuel Levels In Water

California has become the first state to consider regulating the levels
of allowable toxic perchlorates in drinking water. The pollutant has
been found in increasing levels in waterways around the U.S.,
particularly in areas near military bases and test sites (the toxin is
most commonly originates in rocket fuels). Perchlorates cause severe
neurological and thyroid dysfunction and are currently unregulated. In
related news, the U.S. Department of Defense is insisting to Congress it
should not be forced to comply with any environmental regulations, as a
matter of national security.

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