Our water shouldn't be contaminated for Whopper wrappers.
PFAS chemicals are dangerous. They’ve been linked to increased risk for certain cancers, immune system suppression, and reduced birth weight. Recent testing found that these chemicals are likely being used in packaging for multiple items at Burger King—including the Whopper. And they sell more than 2 million Whoppers a day!
Legislators in the Minnesota House and Senate have once again introduced legislation to lift the moratorium on the construction of nuclear power plants in this state, continuing to embrace the idea that nuclear energy is clean, cheap and safe.
Tell your Representative and Senator to SUPPORT moving all five of these bills out of committee and on to votes by the full House and Senate.
You’ve been hearing from us for years about the dangers of PFAS and why it's so important that our Rhode Island legislators enact policies to remove these chemicals from our food packaging. We finally have the opportunity to get a PFAS bill (HB5356 and S110) over the finish line, but your representatives need to hear from you.
Governor Whitmer has proposed several important investments to rebuild our water infrastructure, protecting children from lead poisoning, and investing in clean energy and energy efficiency.
Take Action! Contact members of the Virginia General Assembly and urge them to protect our health and environment from toxic single-use food containers.