Rebranding dirty old coal as "clean coal" doesn't magically make the filth disappear.
What happens in Washington directly impacts the health of you and your family. Together we can tell our representatives to stop gambling with our health and to come clean about their stances on these issues.
Yesterday, presidential hopeful Mitt Romney waded into the "current" Congressional battle to clean up power plants, taking the side of industry over public health.
That's right. Romney and Inhofe would rather let big polluters off the hook than protect our kids from a toxin that causes developmental delays and other serious conditions. So do the 46 Senators who voted on Wednesday to block the mercury and air toxin standards.