MIllon Baby Crawl

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It’s time for common sense limits on toxic chemicals

Mounting scientific evidence points to widespread exposure to chemicals that can cause serious and adverse impacts on human health, particularly for children.

The federal law that should protect us from health-harming chemicals just doesn’t work. Since 1976, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has required safety testing on only 200 of the more than 80,000 chemicals on the market. We need a stronger chemical law to keep our families safe and healthy.

Here’s what we want the bill to do:

Take quick action on the most dangerous chemicals.

Require full information on the health and environmental hazards associated with all chemicals.

Protect all people and vulnerable groups – including children and pregnant women – using the best science.

What you can do

To help turn this new bill into law, we have partnered with Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, a diverse nationwide coalition comprised of environmental groups, health professionals and others working to pass smart federal policies that protect us from toxic chemicals.

Join the Million Baby Crawl

Learn more about Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families and email Congress to let them know you think it’s time to update the law governing toxic chemicals. http://www.saferchemicals.org

Learn more about safe products with Seventh Generation’s Label Reading Guide.
 
*Information taken from http://www.seventhgeneration.com/million-baby-crawl

2 Replies to “MIllon Baby Crawl”

  1. I use Seventh Generation in my kitchen. It doesn't feel like it cleans as well as the harsher stuff but I would rather keep my baby safe and keep the chemicals out of the water.

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