Op-ed: Want to keep toxic chemicals out of the environment? Start with campaign finance reform.

Limits on money in politics would clear a path for science to inform public health decision-making.

Earlier this week the Senate failed to pass the "For the People Act" – a bill designed to protect voting rights and preserve our democracy.

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The perils of making decisions in the dark: Kathryn Rodgers

The COVID-19 crisis has revealed the harmful consequences of leaders making critical decisions based on insufficient data, which end up hurting the most vulnerable communities.

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