In November of 2015 Trevor’s Law was attached to the Toxic Substances Control Act Reform Bill (TSCA). In December of 2015 TSCA passed the Senate and is now under review in the U.S. House. Click Here to view the interview with Senator Crapo and Trevor Schaefer with KTVB’s Mark Johnson! Senate Passes Trevor’s Law! Press […]
Lead is known to cause neurological disorders and is a potential carcinogen. Lead is popping up in extremely unsafe levels in water ways across our country. Attached is an article of yet another example. We NEED TSCA Reform and Trevor’s Law to protect our children and communities from future environmental travesties. Click Here for the […]
The childhood cancer incidence rates in Johnson County are higher than both the state and national averages. These children and their families are suffering from environmentally induced cancer that could have been prevented and will be prevented moving forward if we pass TSCA Reform and Trevor’s Law! Johnson County, Indiana Childhood Cancer Cluster
Warriors 2 Wellness veteran ambassador talks about his past and plans for his third attempt at Mt. Everest. Click Here for the full story.
Because the methane leak has become one of the worst environmental disasters…Click Here for the full story.
Several months ago Trevor’s Law was attached to the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (S.697). The purpose of this act is to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) of 1976. Last month S.697 and Trevor’s Law passed the United States Senate and is now up for house approval. Click Here to […]
There are many proposed bills up for debate right now in congress, among them is the TSCA Reform bill which is very close to enactment! Click Here to view an update.
The accident at the Gold King Mine in August in southern Colorado released nearly 3 million gallons of waste water…..click here to read the entire article!
Lawmakers from New Mexico and Colorado introduced legislation Tuesday to help victims of the Gold King Mine spill seek financial restitution. Click Here to read the entire article.
WASHINGTON — The head of the Environmental Protection Agency dismissed complaints Wednesday by Republican lawmakers that her agency downplayed the seriousness of a toxic mine spill that fouled rivers in three Western states. Click here to view the entire article.