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Notes from the Chemical Safety Board Public Meeting

By | Carli Jensen
Toxics Campaign Director

 I attended a public meeting of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, or “CSB.” This meeting couldn’t have come at a better time.

"Closer to Our Customers"

By | Steve Blackledge
Public Health Program Director

Mr. Easterbrook, if you want to improve your relationship with customers - and stock values - trumpet your antibiotic-free commitment proudly.

(UPDATED 30 April): Last year the Department of Defense proposed needed improvements to the 2007 Military Lending Act, since high-cost lenders were exploiting loopholes to evade the law's 36% APR cap on loans to servicemembers to make loans at 400% APR or more, harming military families and threatening unit preparedness to defend the nation. Now, days before a committee vote, predatory lenders have succeeded in convincing House Armed Services Committee leaders to insert language into the National Defense Authorization Act that would delay the DoD regulations up to a year while needless, redundant studies are prepared. Only in Washington.

Antibiotic-Free Chicken is the Next Big Thing

By | Anya Vanecek
Public Health Digital Campaigner

More encouraging news this week. As people speak out against antibiotics overuse in agriculture, the industry is changing to meet our standards. 

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