Congress passed a bill that limits the amount of sulfur allowed in drywall and directs the administration to press Chinese manufacturers to compensate victims of tainted Chinese wallboard products.

Tainted drywall is being blamed for corroding pipes and causing breathing problems in Florida and 38 other states. Sponsored by South Florida Congressman Ted Deuch, the bill bans high-sulfur building products and raises hope that homeowners will be able to bring suit against Chinese manufacturers and recover the cost of replacing the dangerous drywall in their homes. Read more...