Montana knows too well the impact of unregulated toxic chemicals. The small town of Libby, MT is home to one of the worst man-made disasters, in which decades of uncontrolled asbestos contamination from the local mine and factory contaminated the town eventually killing 200 people and sickening over 1,000. We know better in Montana, and are eager to make a change for the health of our families. In the last few years, hundreds across Montana have written letters, made calls and participated in Stroller Brigades to support strong chemical policy reform. And as a state with one of the highest rates of entrepreneurship in the country, we are poised to take on the green chemistry revolution. Local companies like Rivertop Renewables and Blue Marble Biomaterials are charging forth to offer sustainable solutions and promote a greener economy.
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