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View, share and connect! Moms from across the country are speaking out to protect little lungs.

Find out what they're saying…

Learn why North Carolina mom, Caroline Armijo is concerned about pollution and her children's health and find out why the ability to vote gives her hope for solutions and change.

Learn why Pennsylvania mom, Amanda Lapina is voting in the most important election she's ever seen to elect a politician that stands with our children to make sure that we're addressing the impacts of climate change.

Learn why Colorado mom, Shaina Oliver is urging everyone to make their voices heard through voting for representatives that will represent the people, and not fossil fuel industries.

Hear from Lafayette, Colorado mom and Mayor, Christine Berg on why the stakes couldn’t be higher in this election cycle, making it more important than ever that every parent vote for candidates that support clean air, clean water, and protecting our children’s health.

Hear from Oakland, California mom, Julia Lam on why she's voting and urging everyone to get your vote out and and make your voice heard because so much is at stake–for our planet, for our children, for our future.

Hear from Miami mother, grandmother and business owner, Alicia Bower on why she's concerned about kids' health and climate change in her community and how voting gives her hope.

Hear from Novato, California activist, Ifonia Gelen on her connection to the earth and why voting is important to her–for our our children, for our communities, and for our neighbors.

Hear from Hilda Nucete of Colorado's Protégete: Our Air, Our Health program on how voting works to get communities involved and allows community members to have a voice.

Learn how Donald Trump's policies are bad news for women, the environment and the health of our families and find out why it's important to vote as if our children's health depends on it, because it does.

Hear Southwest Pennsylvania moms, including Patrice Tomcik, Amy Nassif, Amanda Lapina, Marsha Haley and Jane Worthington, discuss the impact that nearby fracking operations have on their communities and families' health.

Hear from New Mexico mom, Oriana Sandoval on why she's excited to vote for her son's future.

Hear from Sister Elizabeth Riebschlaeger on why we better start facing the reality and take responsibility for this earth and this mess that we're making and why she's voting to honor her grandmother, who campaigned for women's suffrage.

Hear from "fierce mama bear" and Californian, Jennifer Moeller on how her family's experience living near the Aliso Canyon gas blowout has motivated her to vote to protect her kids' health.

In partnership with the Climate Listening Project.

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Learn why President Trump’s nominee for chemical safety at EPA, Michael Dourson (who worked to minimize the dangers of tobacco and other harmful chemicals) is a bad choice for our children's health.

Learn why Congress should vote NO on RAA and REINS Act which would delay, weaken, or block outright the implementation and enforcement of critical health protections needed to protect our families.

If Congress doesn’t stop the Midnight Rules Relief Act and the “REINS” Act, we’re going to all live in an America where we can no longer take basic protections for granted. The bills will gut protections for public health, workers, consumers and more.

If Congress doesn’t stop the Midnight Rules Relief Act and the “REINS” Act, we’re going to all live in an America where we can no longer take basic protections for granted. The bills will gut protections for public health, workers, consumers and more.

If Congress doesn’t stop the Midnight Rules Relief Act and the “REINS” Act, we’re going to all live in an America where we can no longer take basic protections for granted. The bills will gut protections for public health, workers, consumers and more.

If Congress doesn’t stop the Midnight Rules Relief Act and the “REINS” Act, we’re going to all live in an America where we can no longer take basic protections for granted. The bills will gut protections for public health, workers, consumers and more.

The American Academy of Pediatrics confirms the danger of toxic mercury to developing children. Scott Pruitt, who has been chosen to lead the EPA and received more than $300,000 from industry, has questioned whether it poses a public health hazard. Pruitt has also sued EPA more than a dozen times, attempting to block rules on air pollution and other environmental protections.