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  • PSR asks senators to put health first in chemical reform debate

    PSR-Maine received thanks from their senator for standing for real reform of our chemical regulatory system. The Udall-Vitter bill currently before Congress fails to protect us from toxic chemicals in our consumer products and communities. Prospects for meaningful reform hinge on senators voting to put health first over industry interests. Learn how the health voice is taking center stage in this battle for health-protective reform.

  • PSR Welcomes New Climate Organizer

    PSR is happy to welcome our new climate organizer. Paz Artaza-Regan has a long history of organizing in the faith community on a variety of issues, from environmental justice to, most recently, a campaign against torture. Here at PSR she will be organizing our Climate Health Action Teams. Welcome, Paz!

  • Health and environmental groups unified in opposition to industry-driven bill

    At a recent U.S. Senate hearing, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) utilized the voices of over 400 health, environment and consumer groups -- including PSR -- to highlight the critical flaws in the proposed chemical reform bill. She illuminated the bill's lack of protections for consumer health and safety, along with the many ways industry would benefit if the bill becomes law. Learn what would make this industry-driven proposal truly health-protective.

  • New "Body Count" Report Analyzes the Human Toll of the War on Terror

    On March 19, 2015--the 12th anniversary of the onset of our country's ill-fated military intervention in Iraq--PSR is releasing the latest edition of Body Count for North American distribution. Authored by IPPNW-Germany, the report is a comprehensive account of the vast human toll of the "Wars on Terror" conducted in the name of the American people since September 11, 2001.

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  • Body Count

    Authored by IPPNW-Germany, the report is a comprehensive account of the vast human toll of the "Wars on Terror" conducted in the name of the American people since September 11, 2001. Read more »

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    How you can enjoy the benefits of seafood, while making smart choices to lower the risks of pollution. Read more »

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    PSR and Earthjustice's new report explores the health impacts of breathing coal ash dust. Read more »

  • Childhood Cancer and the Environment

    Learn the ways children are exposed to harmful environmental chemicals which may cause cancer -- and the need to focus our policies, healthcare and research on prevention -- in the latest Environmental Health Policy Institute. Read more »

PSR's Dr. Bob Gould speaks to Democracy Now about the North American release of Body Count, an IPPNW-Germany report on the human toll of the War on Terror in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Read more »
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