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Environmental Protection Agency Data: Does it Point to Colorado as the PFAS Capital of the U.S.?

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How to define PFAS

“The definition is the fundamental building block for regulation and EPA has an obligation to explain the basis for its PFAS definition,” says Kyla Bennett,...
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  • Amy Griffin: Amy’s List and Toxic Turf

    • Amy Griffin is associate head coach of the University of Washington women's soccer team. One of her grads developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and when Amy visited her she met another ex-goalie with the same condition. A nurse in the ward said, “Don’t tell me you guys are goalkeepers. You’re the fourth goalkeeper I’ve hooked up this week.” Amy started collecting names and was struck that goalies were more than 15 times more prevalent on the list than any other position players,... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »

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