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What's in your child's sippy cup?

The Food and Drug Administration recently reversed its position on bisphenol A (BPA), used in baby bottles, sippy cups and some infant food containers, stating that the compound is of “some concern” to human health and that parents should take steps to reduce their children’s exposure to it.

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News Release | Budget

Maryland #1 in Stimulus Spending Transparency

This is the finding of Show Us the Stimulus (Again), a report released today by the Maryland Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) and produced by Good Jobs First, a non-profit research center based in Washington, DC. The report released today at 1pm updates a similar study published last July.

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Legislating Toxic Chemicals

Maryland's Public Interest Research Group is looking to get new bans on certain chemicals.

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Media Hit | Democracy

Ruling: Influence peddling or free speech?

Republicans are celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to relax campaign-finance laws regulating corporations and labor unions, while Democrats say Thursday's decision will allow companies to buy and sell elections.

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Report | Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families | Consumer Protection

The Health Case for Reforming the Toxic Substance Control Act

There is growing agreement across the political spectrum that the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) of 1976 does not adequately protect Americans from toxic chemicals.

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