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Letter to Congress on FY25 ATSDR Funding

Letter to Congress signed by PSR and other health groups, opposing a proposed cut in the Fiscal Year 2025 Federal Budget to the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s…

Letter to Congress on FY25 Environmental Health Funding

Letter to Congress signed by PSR and other health groups, in support of increased funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Environmental Health, which would…

Letter to EPA on “Applicable Requirements”

PSR and other health groups submitted these comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, opposing a proposed rule that would weaken the Clean Air Act and harm communities affected by…

Letter to Congress on FY25 EPA Funding

Letter to Congress signed by PSR and other health groups, asking them to increase funding for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in order to meet critical clean air objectives.

Letter to Congress on OCCHE Funding

Letter signed by PSR and other health groups to Congress on the Fiscal Year 2025 Federal Budget, urging funding for the Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE).

Letter to Congress on FY25 Environmental Health Funding

Letter signed by PSR and other health groups to Congress on the Fiscal Year 2025 Federal Budget, urging them to provide $110 million to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to support state and local health departments to protect communities from climate-related environmental health hazards.

Letter to Congress on EPA and Environmental Justice Funding

More than 130 organizations including PSR signed this letter to Congress calling for increased funding for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in fiscal year 2025 appropriations, especially to advance environmental…

Fracking With Forever Chemicals In West Virginia

Fracking with “Forever Chemicals” in West Virginia

Information unearthed and analyzed by PSR shows that since 2013, oil and gas companies have hydraulically fractured or “fracked” some West Virginia natural gas wells with a class of extremely toxic and persistent chemicals known as PFAS.

Farm Policy Letter

Letter to Congress in support of farm policy that prioritizes both affordable and nutritious food and clean air and water.

Comments on MERP Waste Emissions Charge

PSR and partner groups submitted comments in support of the EPA’s proposed regulations to implement the Methane Emissions Reduction Program’s Waste Emissions Charge and urged swift finalization of the proposal.