Toxics and children’s health: What matters most
Pajamas. Dolls. Underwear. Hundreds of children’s products for sale in Oregon contain chemicals scientifically linked to cancer and other serious health concerns for kids.

Oregon Health Authority, our state agency responsible for protecting public health, will ask for input this summer on how to make sure manufacturers remove those toxic chemicals out of products that our children use every day.

OEC will be participating in the rulemaking process, and will be fighting for common-sense health protections for Oregon’s kids and families.

Be a part of rulemaking! Sign our petition to voice your support for strong rules on Oregon’s Toxic Free Kids Act, and then share it with your friends!

Read our full petition here