From the article: "The Yale team was able to obtain information on potential reproductive and developmental toxicity for a small portion 240 of the 1,021 chemicals; for the majority—76 percent—of the chemicals, no such information was available."
Gee whiz, you'd think that someone would have been doing this research before the fracking industry was allowed to dump this crap into the system. Except that in the US as it is currently run, the regulatory agencies are run by industry, the regulations are toothless since they are written by a Congress bought by corporations, and the whole protective umbrella we are supposed to have is underfunded intentionally to make it appear defunct.
One would also think GMOs would be scientifically researched before they were allowed to be introduced as an experiment on the public and that someone would have thought about the issues of nuclear storage before the landscape was dotted with leaking radioactive facilities and storage depots. One would think, anyway.
Horse before cart, people. Or in this "exceptional nation", does that not apply?