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How Home Depot Can Protect Our Families By Taking Deadly Products Off Shelves

By | Kara Cook-Schultz
Director, Campaign to Ban RoundUp

We’re working to convince Home Depot to also remove deadly paint strippers from its shelves.

The Environmental Protection Agency is moving to scrap improvements to its Risk Management Program that would help save the lives of nearby residents and first responders in the event of a chemical plant disaster.

School’s Out For Summer, Let’s Get Lead Out Forever

By | Kara Cook-Schultz
Director, Campaign to Ban RoundUp

Summer is an occasion for long days at the beach, family vacations and backyard barbecues. It’s also an opportunity for school districts across the country to replace fixtures and pipes that contain the potent neurotoxin lead.

Public CFPB Database Comment Period Ends Monday, 4 June at Midnight

By | Ed Mierzwinski
Senior Director, Federal Consumer Program

Monday, June 4, at midnight (ET) marks the deadline for filing public comments on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s latest inward-facing Request For Information (RFI); this one is on the future of the public Consumer Complaint Database, which has been disparaged for years by various bank industry actors and their coin-operated think tanks but most recently by the CFPB’s acting director, Mick Mulvaney. Here's why we are fighting to keep the database public.

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