Publication Date: December 2005
Author(s): Chris Fick; Elizabeth Ridlington
Research Area: Environment
Keywords: Toxics; Children's health
Air pollution, mercury-tainted fish, peeling lead, pesticides and other commonly used toxic chemicals threaten the health of Maryland's children. Though there are many powerful policies available for the state to use in reducing pollution, Maryland has adopted only a few of them. Maryland Children's Environmental Health Report Card examines the most common environmental threats to children's health and evaluate and grades Maryland's response to these problems.
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