What can a state do to solve national problems?
Just ask a Safer States partner. State by state, these health and environmental groups fight for—and win—solutions to the problems of our nation’s flawed chemical policies. And through Safer States, they unite to show the nation the way to a cleaner, healthier economy that eliminates hazardous chemicals from everyday products.
States have made great strides
states considered toxic chemical policy this past legislative session.
bills have been adopted by states to ban toxic chemicals from products.
bills to regulate toxic chemicals were introduced in 2014.
September 24, 2014
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer has introduced a bill to ban 10 toxic flame retardants from furniture and children's products. How did our nation wake up to the truth about these toxic chemicals? It took years of efforts from state legislators and hospitals, investigative reporters and furniture manufacturers.Read More News
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