Public health under attack
Don't let Congress gut EPA
Deep cuts to EPA proposed by the Trump administration would jeopardize Americans’ health and safety. Now it’s up to Congress to protect.Call your Senators
Efforts to weaken critical health protections come with high costs in the form of more asthma attacks, more work and school days lost, and more premature death.
- The high costs of climate and clean air rollbacks
- Would EPA's chief rather redefine "healthy" smog levels than listen to his scientists?
- Rolling back EPA's Clean Car Standards is bad for America. Here's why.
- Trump wants to end the Clean Power Plan – but we can push back
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt continues to side with polluters who gave millions to his political agenda above the interests of the American people. His repeated collaboration with major polluters undermines confidence in his ability to stand up for everyday Americans as EPA Administrator.
- Scott Pruitt's tangled web of fundraising and lawsuits
- Pruitt's agenda comes with real health and economic consequences
Watch: Even Fox News’ Chris Wallace wants to know why protecting public health is missing from Pruitt’s Agenda
What's at risk
Deep cuts to EPA proposed by the Trump administration would jeopardize Americans’ health and safety by reducing the funds that would address pollution including lead, toxic sites, contaminated water, and much more. The result will be more asthma attacks, more toxic pollution in our communities, and more lead in our drinking water.
- How will EPA budget cuts affect you?
- The severe, real-world casualties of Trump's EPA budget cuts
- Four important EPA programs threatened by President Trump’s “Skinny Budget”
- Bipartisan group of leaders weigh in on dangers of proposed EPA budget cuts
Don't let Congress gut EPACall your Senators