Hazardous Chemicals: Fix Flawed Bill

In 1976 Congress passed a deeply flawed bill, so flawed that we must learn from our mistakes and make sure that any reform passing Congress is adequately protects public health from toxic chemicals. 

The bill before the Senate (and recently before the House), the Chemical Safety Improvement Act, as drafted, does NOT protect our families from toxic chemicals. Read the Campaign Director’s testimony before the House last month.

Join our Day of Action today, December 9th and tell Congress we need real reform of our federal chemical laws. 

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A proposal says ... on Monday, Dec 9 at 3:42 PM

I'd like to propose we banish lee(ch) from this forum. All in favor, say "Aye." All opposed, do not vote.

FrankDrebin says ... on Tuesday, Dec 10 at 12:02 AM

To the person that wrote this "proposal" to banish lee98632: If I could vote for it one billion times, I would! Have a big, hearty 'aye' from me any day!

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