Breast Cancer Fund
Products like detergents, glass cleaners, carpet cleaners, stain removers, air fresheners and all-purpose cleaners contain chemicals linked to cancer, early puberty, birth defects and asthma.
There’s no law mandating that manufacturers have to disclose the ingredients in household cleaning products, even though disclosure is mandatory for food, cosmetics and drug companies.
The Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (House Resolution 5205) could change that by requiring manufacturers to list ingredients on cleaning product labels and websites.
Join us and tell your representative to support the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act.
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