We identify issues where, together, we can make the most difference to win environmental and health gains. These are at the top of our list.
Protections at risk
Think all chemicals are tested? Think again. Early in January, a bundle of bills quietly passed the House of Representatives. Together, they are radical threats to public health that throw up unprecedented and dangerous roadblocks and delays to sensible safeguards that protect the American people.
President-Elect Trump's pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency — Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt — sided with polluters who gave millions to his political agenda. Soon, he might hold the highest environmental seat in our country.
Congress is trying to roll back oil and gas pollution standards that save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars and protect public health. By attacking these measures with reckless policy tools, they could be putting Americans at risk for years to come.