The Unseen Threat in Your Tap Water
Clean water is a cornerstone of good health—a fundamental need that should be met without question. Yet, this vital resource is under siege by a silent but deadly contaminant: trichloroethylene, or TCE. This industrial solvent, a known carcinogen, lurks in...
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The Imperative to Ban Trichloroethylene: Safeguarding Public Health
In an era where the intersection of industry and environment is often marked by cautionary tales, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is championing public health with a proposed ban on a hazardous chemical: trichloroethylene (TCE). This toxic substance,...
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The Air We Breathe: Understanding the Implications of Texas’ Proposed Cancer Risk Levels
At OnderLaw, we stand firm in our commitment to advocating for public health and safety. We believe that every individual has the right to clean air, a healthy environment, and protection from potential harm. Today, we shed light on a...
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Pentagon Investigation Reveals Worrying Levels of PFAS Contamination in Minnesota
Recent revelations have brought alarming news for the residents of Minnesota. The Department of Defense (DoD) is delving deep into investigations regarding PFAS contamination in six significant sites across the state. The implications of these findings can be dire, especially...
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Corporate Greed, Negligence, and the Climate Crisis: Why Transparency is Key
The world is in the throes of an unprecedented climate crisis, and while individual actions matter, the lion's share of responsibility rests on the shoulders of big corporations. Recent legislation in California offers a glimpse of hope in this daunting...
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The Hidden Danger in Your Tap: Why We Must Advocate for Cleaner Drinking Water
Drinking water is a fundamental need and right. When we turn on our faucets, we expect the water that flows to be pure and safe. However, new research from the University of New Mexico sounds the alarm on a hidden...
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Balancing the Scales: The Question of Fairness in Colorado’s New Air Quality Rules
Environmental justice and corporate responsibility have long been intertwined issues, with corporations and communities often at odds when it comes to ensuring both the protection of the environment and economic growth. The recent decision by Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission...
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Recent Study Finds Contaminated Water in Soda Fountains
We often take for granted the quality of the water we drink, especially when it comes from establishments we frequent, like fast-food restaurants. However, a recent study from Loma Linda University (LLU) offers a cautionary tale for all those who...
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The Glittering Waters of Lake Tahoe: More Than Meets the Eye
The pristine waters of Lake Tahoe, an emblem of California’s untouched beauty, are under siege. While the South Lake Tahoe Public Utility District proudly speaks of the lake's purity, a darker tale lurks beneath the surface, and it's one that...
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Lead in Drinking Water: A Crisis of Corporate Accountability
Water is life. Yet, recent revelations indicate that this life-giving resource could also be harboring a silent killer: lead. This heavy metal, now found to be more deadly than smoking in terms of heart disease, is a concern not just...
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