States Lead the Way

More than 200 state policies have been enacted to protect people from harmful chemicals.

Year after year, state decision-makers are finding new ways to hold polluters accountable and protect children and families from toxic chemicals. Innovative state solutions to national problems protect human and environmental health by:

  • Identifying chemicals of greatest concern to vulnerable populations;
  • Disclosing the use of these chemicals in our products;
  • Banning chemicals that cause disease and contaminate our environment; and
  • Moving the marketplace and the nation towards safer alternatives.

Safer States helps state leaders learn from each other by connecting legislators, advocates, and scientists to build on collective successes.

States expected to consider chemical legislation in 2022