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Physicians for Social Responsibility statement on EPA Rule

Physicians for Social Responsibility issued the following statement applauding the Biden Administration’s proposed new rule for reducing methane pollution from oil and gas operations and calling for further measures.

PSR Welcomes National Staff and Board Members

PSR is excited to welcome two new national staff members to our national staff: Mari Faines as Director of Communications and Outreach; and LaTisha Henderson as Direct Mail and Membership Manager.

Senator Warren and Representative Smith Re-introduce No First Use Act

Statement by Jeff Carter, PSR Executive Director “On April 15, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Representative Adam Smith reintroduced a simple, but profoundly important piece of legislation that, if passed, would make the world a much safer place, by making it the official policy of the United States that it will never, ever use a nuclear …

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PSR welcomes New EPA Administrator

Michael Regan, new Administrator of the U.S. EPA, will place science and justice at the heart of environmental protection. We look forward to working with him and, under his leadership, a reinvigorated EPA.

Remembering Dr. Bernard Lown, PSR co-founder

For the second time in recent months, we at PSR are mourning the passing of one of our founders with the loss of Dr. Bernard Lown. We extend our sincere condolences to Dr. Lown’s family and loving friends as we remember his extraordinary life. Dr. Lown was a pioneer in the research of sudden cardiac …

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As President Biden Takes Office, Groups Double Down on Legal Push to End Fracking on Public Lands

For Immediate Release Lawsuit Targets Sale of More than One Million Acres of Public Lands to Oil and Gas Industry in American West For More Information Contact: Jeremy Nichols, WildEarth Guardians, (303) 437-7663, Barbara Gottlieb, Physicians for Social Responsibility, (301) 806-6826, Shiloh Hernandez, Western Environmental Law Center, (406) 204-4861, Daniel Timmons, WildEarth …

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