New Biden clean cars proposal will spur electric vehicle adoption, slash pollution
Right to Repair measure, which got farther than ever before in Washington, stalls in Senate
Hundreds of thousands call on the EPA to slash soot pollution
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NEW REPORT: Top 20 actions the CFPB took in 2022 to ensure a safer marketplace
Study details how government consumer watchdog protected Americans’ finances
STATEMENT: EPA acts to protect drinking water from PFAS
New proposal would create first national limits on dangerous ‘forever chemicals’
Statement: Right to Repair bill passes Wash. House of Representatives, moves to Senate
The Washington State House of Representatives voted 58-38 in favor of the Fair Repair Act (HB 1392) on Saturday. The legislation makes it easier access to parts, tools and information necessary to fix electronic devices.
Statement: The Fair Repair Act moves forward in the Legislature
On Thursday, the House Committee on Appropriations advanced the Fair Repair Act (HB 1392) by a vote of 18-12. The Fair Repair Act, sponsored by Rep. Mia Gregerson, would expand consumers’ access to parts, tools and information necessary for electronic device repair.
EPA, DOT to increase accountability, safety in wake of Ohio chemical train derailment
Federal government requiring Norfolk Southern to pay for cleanup; new rail safety rules coming
Statement: The Fair Repair Act clears first legislative hurdle
On Wednesday, the House Committee on Consumer Protection and Business voted 7-6 to advance the Fair Repair Act (HB 1392). Sponsored by Rep. Mia Gregerson, the Fair Repair Act would make it easier for consumers to repair their personal electronic devices.
‘You have the power’ webinar details how to electrify homes with new tax credits
Experts share how new federal policies can save Americans money, reduce pollution
Advocates to lawmakers: Say farewell to fluorescents
This spring, lawmakers in more than 10 states are considering policies to phase out fluorescent bulbs to reduce utility bills and protect public health, which could set precedents for further federal and international action.
Statement: 3M to stop making, using PFAS
Major manufacturer to discontinue use of hazardous ‘forever chemicals’ by end of 2025
McDonald’s sets targets for responsible antibiotic use in its global beef supply chain
Fast food giant sets targets for responsible antibiotic use in its global beef supply chain