Oklahoma strollers take D.C. against chemicals found in household products
WASHINGTON – Oklahomans will join other parents, children, celebrities and cancer survivors for a “Stroller Brigade” on Capitol Hill Tue at 10 a.m.
The brigade is pushing for more protection and regulation on toxic chemicals.
These chemicals are found in common products like household cleaners and children’s products.
They claim exposure is linked to cancer, illness and birth defects.
Brigade members will meet with Senators while in D.C.
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