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Minnesota Voter Guide - 2016

Clean Water Action is pleased to announce our Minnesota endorsements for the 2016 elections.

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Clean Water's Annual Fall Fundraiser

Join us for a raffle, drinks, and hors d’oeuvres to support our efforts to protect Minnesota’s water, environment and public health.

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Tell Costco: Remove Harmful Chemicals

Tell Costco to commit to a plan to get toxic chemicals off store shelves. 

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Restore the MPCA Citizens' Board

For nearly 50 years, Minnesota has had an environmental citizens’ board, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) Citizens’ Board, which has been one of the only venues for Minnesotans to challenge and improve many proposed development projects that negatively affect our environment and our water. 

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Yes, I will talk to Minnesota candidates about toxic chemicals

I pledge to contact one or more of the candidates running for state office in my district this election.

From We All Live Downstream

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Angie Craig for Minnesota’s Second Congressional District

August 10, 2016

Clean Water Action is proud to announce our endorsement of Angie Craig for Minnesota’s Second Congressional District.

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Opposition to Toxic Polystyrene Gaining Traction

June 29, 2016

Many of us have been in the awkward situation of attending a family picnic or community event where we line up for food and discover the only choice for dishware is polystyrene (ex. Styrofoam and similar products).

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Healthy Legacy Statement on Revision to the Toxic Substances Control Act

June 13, 2016

Kathleen Schuler and Deanna White are co-directors of Healthy Legacy, Minnesota's coalition for safer chemicals.