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Daily Briefing: BPA-Free Sippy Cups, Contraception Politics and Fire Retardants

Daily Briefing: BPA-Free Sippy Cups, Contraception Politics and Fire Retardants

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BPA: The . The industry, which had stopped using the chemical in those products, had petitioned the FDA to formally ban it, reports Sabrina Tavernise for the New York Times.

Obamacare: Critics of the health law think that  having to do with federal insurance exchanges, reports Julie Rovner for NPR.

Contraception Politics: A judge in Nebraska.

Fire Retardants: The EPA will study the and asses their utility in preventing dangerous fires, reports Michael Hawthorne for the Chicago Tribune.

Medicaid: Now that states aren't required to expand Medicaid under health reform, , Jordan Rau and Jenny Gold report for Kaiser Health News. Report says state such as law enforcement, Wall Street Journal/AP reports.

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