- Mills administration removed LGBTQ learning module as Republicans made it a campaign issueInternal emails show how officials mobilized to respond quickly when Republicans began targeting the online lesson for young children.
- Forever exposure, forever anxiety: Coping with the inescapable toxicity of PFASFound in water, air, soil, food, consumer products and work settings, “forever chemicals” pose risks to both physical health and mental well-being.
- Maine’s law to reduce PFAS in products is off to a slow startUnder Maine’s phased-in PFAS ban, manufacturers will soon be required to report on PFAS types and volumes in products, but the state is granting many businesses a 6-month extension.
- How you can reduce your PFAS body burdenIndividual actions can minimize exposure to “forever chemicals” until policy measures, like Maine’s ban on PFAS in products, take effect.
- Dire warnings about New England’s winter power grid reliabilityThough these warnings did not come to fruition last winter, the geopolitical situation is different this year.