Across the US, toxic chemicals called PCBs linger in schools, 40 years after they were banned due to health concerns. But the EPA isn’t taking action.
A 2001 study revealed 3M food contamination — high levels of toxic PFAs in supermarket foods. Why didn’t the FDA and EPA report the findings?
The EPA’s latest cuts to children’s health research could diminish the importance of science in decisions that affect the well-being of American families.