Last night the Massachusetts House and Senate passed a ban on toxic flame retardant chemicals sending it to the Governor’s desk just under the wire as the end of the two year legislative session approaches.
In a move which could soon lead to more protection for firefighters and families, and improved public health and safety for Massachusetts residents, a crucial bill moved through the House of Representatives and over to the Senate this week.
“Massachusetts voters have spoken: this moment in human history is the time to back and support our climate champions, not to sideline them."
We’re proud and excited to announce that the vast majority of our endorsed Clean Water champions in Massachusetts won their races!
Community leaders call on legislators to end environmental inequality at #LetUsBreathe justice town hall
Town hall speakers underscore dire circumstances facing at-risk communities during COVID-19 due to toxic air, compromised immune system, and lack of appropriate regulation from the State