Are polyester and polypropylene rugs a safe choice for families? Our Mom Detective weighs in on indoor air pollution, microplastics, and alternatives.
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East Palestine Mom Tells Senate Residents Don’t Feel Safe: Moms Make News
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, and Ohio.
Our Landmark Chemical Law Is Under Attack … Again
House Republicans’ energy package will amend the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) and put our health and the environment at risk by streamlining the approval of substances that might be required to meet important energy needs in the future.
East Palestine Mom, Misti Allison, Testifies at Senate Train Derailment Hearing
This is the testimony of East Palestine resident and Moms Clean Air Force member, Misti Allison, gave at the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation at their hearing about the train that derailed just over a mile from her home.
What Happens in East Palestine Doesn’t Stay There: Moms Make News
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Colorado, Georgia, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
The East Palestine Train Derailment and Our Chemical Safety Law
Here’s the connection between the nation’s chemical safety law (TSCA) and the risks of toxic chemicals from transportation accidents. Learn what EPA needs to do to keep people safe.
Unleading Baby Food: Here’s the Latest
FDA’s ‘Closer to Zero Action Plan’ is a key step in making baby food safer. But research needs to be done that includes both store-bought and homemade baby foods because there is NO safe level of lead.
At Senate Hearing, East Palestine Moms Want More Than ‘I’m Sorry’ – Moms Make News (VIDEO)
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members impacted by the chemical disaster from the East Palestine train derailment.
Petrochemicals and People: A Dangerous Combination
Administrator Regan has begun to address petrochemical toxicity. Biden’s Department of Justice has taken some steps to hold petrochemical companies accountable. None of it is enough. Yet. Petrochemical disasters and pollution must end.
The Ohio Train Derailment Is a Petrochemical Health Disaster
EPA needs to hold the petrochemical polluters and the companies that run “train bombs” through our neighborhoods accountable. These companies should be paying the entire cost of cleanup and providing future support and health care for those who have been exposed to their carcinogenic chemicals.
Ohio Train Derailment Highlights Toxic Plastic Pollution
Communities continue to be concerned about the health impacts of toxic petrochemical pollution from the recent train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
Extreme Weather Is Here to Stay
Extreme weather is climate change in action. The new meteorological terms and phenomena, like polar vortex and bomb cyclone, highlight just how mainstream the climate crisis has become.