Governing looks at controversies surrounding businesses' own environmental audits. While state legislators believe companies can and should run their own audits, the Environmental Protection Agency and many environmentalists disagree, the magazine reports. One of the findings is that so far relatively few businesses have take advantage of audit laws that waive to different degree state penalties for companies who have discovered their own violations. The story includes an exhaustive list of pros and cons regarding audit laws.
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