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An environmental activists holds a kites with a messages supporting a ban on PFAS incineration in front of industrial complexes in Sauget on April 22, 2021. After a similar bill was vetoed last year, environmental groups plan to introduce legislation that would ban the burning of the toxic class of chemicals.
Eric Schmid
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St. Louis Public Radio
A nearly identical bill unanimously passed the Illinois House and Senate last year but Gov. J.B. Pritzker vetoed it. Now environmental groups are starting the whole process over.
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