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Healthy States: Protecting Families from Toxic Chemicals While Congress Lags Behind

A new report from SAFER States and the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families coalition shows that states aren’t waiting for Congress to take action on toxic chemicals—they are taking matters into their own hands.

Combined Reporting Fact Sheet

Many large multi-state corporations slash or eliminate the taxes they pay to Maryland through accounting strategies that take advantage of weaknesses in our tax law. Combined reporting is one method of closing these loopholes- this fact sheet explains how this reform works.

Toy Safety Tips

Thousands of toys are on the market, each promising to educate or entertain our children. Unfortunately, not every toy is safe. Toy buyers can help protect children from injury by being careful, vigilant shoppers.

Resource | Public Health

Resource Guide: 'Green' Cleaning Options for Baltimore

Our store survey found that half of Baltimore stores sell certified non-toxic cleaning products. These stores are mostly located in northern and southern parts of the city, leaving east and west Baltimore with limited options.

Resource | Financial Reform

Semi-Annual Hearing on the CFPB

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney, a controversial appointment by President Trump to also serve as Consumer Financial Protection Bureau acting director, delivered his first Semi-Annual Report of the CFPB to the House (Wednesday) and Senate (Thursday) this week. Here is the U.S. PIRG Statement for the Hearing Record.

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