A few weeks ago we issued an Action Alert to help pass an important bill to fight BPA in Delaware. Thanks to your activism, Delaware’s children will be healthier.
The world knows how dangerous BPA is. Even China, following the lead of Europe and Canada, has now banned BPA in baby bottles. In the absence of leadership from the federal government, many states have also started to take action.
A government agency doesn’t think your family is worth protecting from BPA in cash register receipts—that workers may be affected by it, but not consumers. Huh? Doesn’t the cashier put the receipt right into your hand? Tell them this is ridiculous with our Action Alert!
Last week, the government of Canada formally declared bisphenol A to be a toxic substance. The US still denies it.
Today, the Alliance for Natural Health USA is filing a Citizen Petition with the Consumer Products Safety Commission to have bisphenol-A (BPA) banned from cash register receipts, the little-known but most common pathway into your body. Please help make the CPSC pay attention to the latest science.
ANH-USA Citizen Petition To FDA About Dangerous Chemical BPA ******** Action Alerts for this Campaign ******** Ask CPSC to Reconsider Our Citizen Petition on BPA in Cash Register Receipts Last August, ANH-USA filed a Citizen Petition with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to have the endocrine-disrupting chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) banned from thermal cash register […]
Stop BPA (In Dental Work , Orthodontics and in Utero) A BPA Ban In The Food Safety Bill? May 11, 2010The widely used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is an estrogen-mimicker. Some 200 animal studies have suggested that the substance is very harmful. Over 90 percent of Americans show some BPA in their “body burden”. It […]
Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) is working hard to add an amendment to the Food Safety Bill that would ban BPA in food containers. We oppose the Food Safety Bill but welcome Senator Feinstein’s proposed amendment.
Despite beginning a process to retract their previous assertion that BPA (bisphenol A) is safe, the FDA claims to be “powerless to regulate BPA.” Give us a break!
The FDA’s failure to protect newborns and the unborn from BPA recalls the old joke “How many deaths does it take for the FDA to remove a drug from the market?” The answer (not all funny): all too many.