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"Since many people feed their families and their businesses from the fish in #Oklahoma lakes, we owe it to ourselves and future generations to keep the EPA strong and focused on regulating toxic substances such as mercury."

We urge the EPA to create strong national standards to protect our families from all the pollution associated with the oil and gas industry.

Lindsay Dahl of Safer Chemicals Healthy Families gives a great overview of the latest update on toxic flame retardant regulations. Click the photo to learn more!

"People say it takes a village to raise a child. I say it takes a village to raise a mom. Who does the bulk of that work? Grandmothers." ~Dominique Browning

Why I Am Marching In The #PeoplesClimate March: http://www.momscleanairforce.org/marching-peoples-climate-march-2/

Air pollution is bad for health — of course. But now a World Health Organization report has put a real number on just how bad: “…in 2012 around 7 million people died (prematurely)…as a result of air pollution exposure.”

As concerned citizens continue to fight the Keystone XL Pipeline’s northern route, unfortunately the southern one is already flowing with oil.

Survival Guide for #ClimateChange Debates: When thorny questions about climate change arise over your Christmas ham, we’ve got you covered!

The #EPA listening sessions will lay the groundwork for a strong, protective carbon pollution standard – but only if we speak up. About why we care about climate change. About our children’s health. About our children’s future.

"We need a massive shift away from fossil fuels to a clean, renewable energy future. We need this for the health of our children for their future and for the health and future of our country and our planet." -@Harriet Shugarman