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Join us to ask Governor Malloy to support our campaign for toxic-free kids!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jon Noel
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Please take a few moments to sign this online petition to show the Governor that as a public health professional YOU support legislation that protects children from toxic chemical exposure. The Connecticut Public Health Association is an active member of the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy CT and CPHA members have been part of the Coalition's many successes - banning BPA in baby bottles and in cash register receipts and banning cadmium in jewelry to name a few. It's always an uphill battle when going up against the chemical industry - but we can and will accomplish our goal of protecting Connecticut kids with your help.
Noele R. Kidney
Project Coordinator
Connecticut Public Health Association

Do you want to do something about the toxic chemicals in everyday products? Sign this petition and then join us in Hartford next week! We are holding an important press event to rally support for safer alternatives on October 28th at 10:30am at the Legislative Office Building, Room 1B.


Rep. Diana Urban and other legislators will be attending, along with members of our Coalition. We hope you will join us!  The theme is "Halloween is scary enough!  Parents shouldn't have to worry about toxic chemicals in products!" 


We will have kids in their Halloween costumes and  a "kids’ parade" to the Governor's office to drop off letters and a petition urging him to support more health protective policies in CT. Plus - there will be safe goody bags for kids wearing their costumes! It’s a fun and important event – please join us.


Details of the event can be found here.


 Please sign the petition to Governor Malloy asking him to support policies to protect our families from toxic chemicals in everyday products!! Mark your calendars, bring your kids and pass this along to all your friends and colleagues!  We want to have a large crowd and your support is greatly appreciated!!


 Hope to see you all there!


Anne Hulick and Susan Eastwood
For more information and updates, check out the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Connecitcut website and Facebook pages.



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