President Biden has committed to reestablishing science as the foundation of federal policies. We are thrilled the Censored Science rule is officially cancelled.
Articles by Molly Rauch
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler has finalized a Censored Science Rule. This rule shows a total disregard for transparency, and a disregard for the health of our families.
We attended the Paris Accord five years ago. Despite Trump’s withdrawal, Moms Clean Air Force continued to push forward on climate action, and look forward to rejoining the historic pact.
Moms Clean Air Force met by phone with the White House’s Office of Management and Budget to oppose, again, the Trump administration’s efforts to ignore the science on particle pollution.
As EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler continues his radical deregulatory agenda, we expect to see more air pollution, more censored science, and more happy polluters before Inauguration Day.
New study finds that bottle-fed babies could be ingesting millions of Microplastics particles every single day.
Despite the urgent need to address the climate crisis, automakers Chrysler, Toyota, and GM and others are trying to block tighter Clean Cars Standards. Supporting the EPA administration’s plan to cripple states’ ability to pass their own rules to limit car emissions.
Moms Clean Air Force staff hosted multiple “Stay-In & Speak Out for Climate Action” events with lawmakers and their constituents, and made news throughout the country.
More than 50 Moms Clean Air Force members, organizers, and staff testified at a public hearing about EPA’s proposal to retain the current, too-weak standards for ground level ozone, or smog.
Some automakers are trying to block tighter emission standards. We joined with consumer, environmental justice, climate, and faith partners, to deliver more than a quarter of a million signatures to automaker CEOs.
Cost benefit analysis is the process of comparing the full costs to society of a given regulatory action with the full benefits of that action. Trump’s EPA is trying to make the costs of regulation look larger and the benefits look smaller – the better to further a polluter-friendly deregulatory agenda.
President Trump nominated Nancy Beck, a former chemical industry lobbyist, to head the Consumer Product Safety Commission. She has shown time and time again that she will work to protect polluting industry, not families. Beck’s the opposite of what our children need.