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CHANGE Opposes CSIA Unless Amended to Protect Health, Workers and Communities

Please find our coaltion's statement on the Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013 below. 

CHANGE Opposes the Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013 (S.1009 Lautenberg/Vitter) Unless Substantial Changes Are Made to Protect Public Health, Workers and Communities

July 24, 2013

Californians for a Healthy and Green Economy (CHANGE - http://www.changecalifornia.org/) is a statewide coalition of 37 environmental health and environmental justice groups, health organizations, labor advocates, community-based groups, parent organizations, faith groups, and others who are concerned with the impacts of toxic chemicals on human health and the environment.

Posted on Jul 31, 2013

Supporting a Strong Safer Consumer Product Regulation

BlueToday, the CA Department of Toxic Substances Control released its Draft Safer Consumer Product Regulation -- Download CHANGE Media Statement as a PDF.

California Health, Worker, Consumer, Physician and Environmental Groups Support Strong Safer Consumer Product Draft Regulation

SACRAMENTO – California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) unveiled a groundbreaking, proposed regulation today – the Safer Consumer Product regulation - aimed at protecting consumers from the health risks of toxic ingredients in everyday products while promoting innovation by California businesses. We say it’s about time.

Posted on Jul 27, 2012

Reducing chemical exposure could save California $700 million

HealthReport State and Federal reform of toxics law would make Californians healthier, wealthier 

OAKLAND–Cash-strapped California could save at least $700 million in health care costs if more stringent state and federal chemical policy helped reduce Californians’ exposure to toxic chemicals.

A new analysis released today,“The Health Case for Reforming the Toxic Substances Control Act,” finds that the state has the opportunity to prevent rising rates of chronic disease and therefore reduce health care costs. Evidence is strong and growing that chemical exposures contribute significantly to the rise in many chronic diseases, according to this new report synthesizing peer-reviewed science and economic analyses.

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