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Celebrate Nuclear Abolition Day by contacting Secretary of State John Kerry.
Measure 88 is a common sense approach to keeping our roads and our communities safer by providing a way for individuals who cannot now apply for a driver's card to do so.
Oregon PSR and Health Care Without Harm are teaming up with Food & Water Watch to press Congress to act on critical legislation that would address the routine/sub-therapeutic use of antibiotics in raising food animals.
Oregon PSR supports mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods (GMOs). We believe that consumers have the right to know what is in their food and make informed decisions about what they eat.
Decision deals another heavy blow to coal exports in state, continuing a regional trend.
Given the poor economics and reliability of nuclear projects in the Pacific Northwest it is imperative that citizens and utilities carefully assess the financial costs and safety risks associated with renewed development of nuclear power.Source: Crosscut
Oregon PSR Board President Dr. Susan Katz asks "How many more sobering reports and conclusions do we need before decision-makers act to protect public health against the worst impacts of climate change and hold polluters accountable?"Source: The Bend Bulletin
Oregon PSR opposes adoption of the Trans-Pacific Partnership by the United States, and urges our congressional delegation to oppose the Trade Priorities Act of 2014 and any other similar fast track legislation for the TPP.
The Environmental Health Interns will work independently to review the recent literature and prepare a brief paper describing the human health effects of low-dose exposure to selected environmental toxins, probable sources of those exposures and suggested ways to avoid possible contact, especially for pregnant women and children.