Massachusetts

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88 Broad Street, Lower Level
Boston, MA 02118
617-338-8131
160 Main Street, Suite 6
Northampton, MA 01060
413.584.9830
413.586.7180

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Clean Water Action's Massachusetts Endorsements 2020 - Results!

We’re proud and excited to announce that the vast majority of our endorsed Clean Water champions in Massachusetts won their races!

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Clean Energy for All

Environmental justice (EJ) communities –– low-income communities, people of color and immigrant populations –– are payin

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Toxic Flame Retardants

Learn about flame retardants, chemicals that are added to everyday products such as highchairs, car seats, nursing pads, upholstered furniture, carpet pads, nap mats, strollers, electronics (including toys) and many more common household products. Many flame retardants are hazardous to our health. Over time flame retardants escape from the products they are used in and get into the air and dust around us. 

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PFAS: The Forever Chemicals

Learn more about PFAS, a class of chemicals that are used to make products grease proof, waterproof and stain resistant. PFAS chemicals have been dubbed “forever chemicals” because they and their breakdown products are extremely persistent, lasting thousands of years or more. Unfortunately, they are also linked to a wide array of serious health problems.

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In Massachusetts, we count every vote

November 12, 2020

Because “count every vote” isn’t just a slogan – it’s an acknowledgement that every single voter’s voice matters, and an affirmation that we will stand by our electoral process even – and especially – when it’s hard.

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Vote YES on 2 in Massachusetts - Ranked Choice Voting

October 21, 2020

I am an enthusiastic “every-time” voter.

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Fire – Smoke – Future

September 22, 2020

There was a fire in my neighborhood (in Dorchester, MA) this week. I woke up at about 4:40 to popping sounds – wondered if they were fireworks (annoying at that hour but ok) or maybe gun shots (yikes). It didn’t sound quite like either. But quickly I heard sirens…lots of sirens...converging very nearby.