Trump’s Witch Hunt Against California and Carmakers

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By Ken Kimmell, Union of Concerned Scientists For years, President Trump has decried the Mueller investigation as a “witch hunt.” Putting aside whether that characterization was fair, the Trump justice department has now initiated a witch hunt of its own—an investigation into whether four car...
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How the Defense Spending Bill Vote Could Impact Children’s Health

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By  Ketura Persellin, Environmental Working Group This year’s defense spending bill – the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA – now being considered by Congress, is an unprecedented chance to regulate the toxic fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS, which have contaminated hundreds of...
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Fighting Fear With Facts: What to Know About the Public Charge Rule

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By Gabriela Salas, National Women’s Health Network Last month, the Trump administration finalized a radical new rule as part of their larger attack on immigrant communities. Known as the “public charge” rule, it’s a particularly cruel and short-sighted example of the administration’s...
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Pres. Trump – Light Bulbs Don’t Cause People to Look Orange

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By Noah Horowitz, Natural Resources Defense Council President Trump has been talking a lot lately about light bulbs and complaining that they make people look orange, are toxic, and cost too much. He’s sadly mistaken on all fronts. Let’s correct the record. Consumers are very happy with LEDs...
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