Recent polling conducted by the Mellman Group in key electoral swing districts found overwhelming public support for reforming our out-of-date system for managing chemicals.
Respondents from across the political and demographic spectrum express serious concerns about everyday exposure to toxic chemicals and want to see stronger federal regulation.
Environmental Council on States Today Passed Resolution Calling for Sweeping Federal Chemical Policy Reform
TSCA has been widely acknowledged as failing to protect public health and the environment from the tens of thousands of chemicals in everyday products and in commerce.
A new study released yesterday in the journal Pediatrics found that girls are developing breasts earlier than ever, elevating their risk of breast cancer and other health problems.
Testimony from doctors, scientists, business and community leaders outline the need for TSCA reform.
Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families running ads in today’s Politico and Roll Call. Rally on the mall to follow tomorrow’s hearing about TSCA reform.
Congressmen Bobby Rush (D-IL) and Henry Waxman (D-CA) today introduced a groundbreaking bill to overhaul U.S. chemicals policy in the House Energy & Commerce Committee.
Public Health vs. Industry Debate Takes Center Stage in Pending Bill to Overhaul Toxic Substances Control Act
Hundreds of Environmental & Public Health Groups Call on Congress to Address Dispersants in Overhaul of Toxic Substances Control Act
Lack of Information about Dispersants in Gulf Due to Failed Chemicals Policy, Experts Say
Chemicals policy reform will strongly reward companies that innovate in their pursuit of safer chemicals and cleaner products by meeting several needs of downstream businesses that use chemicals.