The mounting evidence can't be denied: toxic chemicals we're exposed to everyday can significantly increase the risk of developing a myriad of health problems including infertility, learning and developmental disabilities, and even cancer. Congress has an obligation to pass a law that will protect our families from harmful chemicals.
We're fighting to protect America's health and we need your help now more than ever.
We’re working with people like you in states across the country to show support for the Safe Chemicals Act. Today we’re gathering petition signatures from thousands of Americans to send a message that we’re tired of being exposed to toxic chemicals.
After gathering your signatures, our allies at Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families will hand deliver them to Congress, urging them to co-sponsor and pass the Safe Chemicals Act. We have partnered with many of our coalition members and have a goal of collecting more than 100,000 signatures.
Will you help us reach this big goal by signing today?
We need show Congress that thousands of Americans want common sense limits on toxic chemicals.
Your action is needed to protect American families from toxic chemicals. I urge you to pass the Safe Chemicals Act today.
In recent decades, the incidence of early puberty, certain childhood cancers, infertility, and learning and developmental disabilities has increased—sometimes at alarming rates. Scientific studies demonstrate that toxic chemicals we are exposed to every day can significantly increase the risk of developing these and other diseases and disorders.
Data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that exposure to toxic chemicals begins in the womb. Most pregnant American women have numerous toxic chemicals in their bodies, some of which are already known to have adverse impacts on the health of their developing babies. This is unacceptable.
Congress has an obligation to pass a law that will protect our families from harmful chemicals.
We call on Congress to make the right choice for America’s families. Pass the Safe Chemicals Act now.