Eight national health and health professional organizations have joined an increasingly urgent nationwide call for new policies to reduce the use of toxic chemicals linked to serious diseases and disabilities.
Read our letter to the Department of Health and Human Services regarding their recently released study about the risk of toxic chemicals.
Listen up, men! Believe it or not, every day you are exposed to a host of harmful or untested chemicals. These chemicals can be found in everyday items, from your vinyl shower curtain to your smartphone and wrinkle-free dress shirt. You’ve probably heard about women, especially pregnant women, taking steps to reduce exposure to these […]
Listen to the June 7, 2011 teleconference
Alba’s partnership with the coalition comes at a critical time when American consumers, specifically moms, are demanding government leadership on increasing protections from toxic chemicals.
American Nurses Association, Breast Cancer Fund, League of Conservation Voters, Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network and Other Groups to Deliver Petition to White House with Over 70,000 Signatures
These hazardous substances are not regulated under current federal chemicals policy — the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act. However, the pending “Safe Chemicals Act of 2011” would overhaul this law and ensure that these toxic chemicals were phased out and replaced with safe alternatives.
New Economic Analysis Shows Federal Chemical Policy Reform Would Promote Innovation and Jobs
American Academy Of Pediatrics Joins Debate over Chemicals; Doctors Group Contradicts Chemical Industry on Provisions of Reform
The Academy is a welcome addition to the debate over federal reform. It both adds urgency to the cause of reform and reminds that the details of reform matter.
“Safe Chemicals Act of 2011” Introduced Today Legislation Would Protect American Families from Toxic Chemicals
Signaling their clear intention to protect families from toxic chemicals linked to serious health problems, Senators Frank Lautenberg, Barbara Boxer, Amy Klobuchar, Charles Schumer and others today introduced legislation to upgrade America’s outdated system for managing chemical safety.