Lead. Arsenic. Cadmium. Mercury. Two recent congressional reports have found these dangerous heavy metals in baby food—both conventional and organic. We need the FDA to take action now.
Last week, Congress passed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act with bipartisan support. This bill makes the largest investment in upgrading US infrastructure since the Eisenhower administration. It is a major step forward for climate action.
Yesterday, President Biden announced his latest Build Back Better Framework, and Moms applauded. This bill would make a historic climate investments.
The Build Back Better Act is a massive investment package containing many of President Biden’s policy priorities. Here are a few we are watching.
Moms Clean Air Force members joined Senator Martin Heinrich, Senator Alex Padilla, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, and Senator Richard Blumenthal to support The Electrifying America’s Future Resolution.
Moms Clean Air Force is joining mothers and babies from across the country to advocate for strong national standards to reduce toxic heavy metals in baby food. We’re asking Congress to support the Baby Food Safety Act.
Lead. Arsenic. Cadmium. Mercury. These are not ingredients we want in our baby food. The Baby Food Safety Act of 2021 addresses heavy metals in commercial baby food.
Sen. Cortez Masto (NV) has joined with Sen. Patty Murray (WA) and Rep.Jahana Hayes (CT), and Rep. Tony Cárdenas (CA) to introduce the Clean School Bus Act. This would fund the transition of dirty diesel school buses to clean electric buses.
Electric school buses have no tailpipe emissions. That means no harmful diesel pollution, and no dangerous climate pollution either. A new bill can help get us to 100% clean electric school buses.