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Toxics: Risks and Tips

Marylanders should have the tools to protect their children and families from toxic chemicals, and no child should have to face the long-term health effects that can result from chemical exposure.

Resource | Public Health

Change the Market - Support Antibiotic-free Restaurants

These restaurants have taken action to transition away from serving meat raised with antibiotics. 

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Open Letter to Subway

Read our letter to Subway, signed by nearly 60 public interest, medical, public health, environmental and animal welfare organizations, asking them to phase out meats produced with routine use of antibiotics.

Tips for Data Breach Victims

The first defense against any kind of identity theft is to be vigilant about protecting your personal information by taking steps like creating secure passwords, installing anti-virus and anti-malware software, and shredding personal documents.

Leading Groups Send Criteria for Evaluating VW Settlement

The letter highlights six main criteria by which a proposal should be evaluated to compensate consumers and the environment and deter future criminal acts. Four leading consumer, environmental, and public health organizations wrote an open letter in advance of the April 21st deadline set by U.S. District Judge Charles R. Breyer for a proposal that deals with Volkswagen’s emission scandal.

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