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Perplexing longtime allies, son of legendary environmentalist defends negotiations with chemicals industry

Staffers at Sen. Tom Udall's office are still unpacking boxes from a recent move from the senator's old digs just steps from the offices of Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), and it's not the only way the two lawmakers have drifted apart this year. Udall's embrace of bipartisan chemical safety legislation, which he co-sponsored with Sen. David Vitter (R-La.), has brought criticism from Boxer and other opponents, and has bewildered some of his traditional supporters, who count on him to uphold a long-standing family legacy of environmentalism.



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