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American Gas Association fires back on potential gas stove ban: 'Not substantiated by sound science'
Federal agency postulating a ban on gas stoves
Chef and restaurant owner Andrew Gruel discusses the government claiming that gas stoves cause health issue and considering a ban on ‘Fox Business Tonight.’
The American Gas Association (AGA) is clapping back after news that U.S. federal regulators may ban gas stoves over their potential risks to human health stating the removal of the appliance is "reckless" and a "misguided agenda."
The conflict between federal agencies and the gas industry came to a head as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and World Health Organization (WHO) have said gas stoves are unsafe and linked to respiratory illness like asthma, cardiovascular problems, cancer, and other health conditions, according to reports by groups such as the Institute for Policy Integrity and the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.