Wisconsin Attorney General Kaul joins push for PFAs protections

AGs from Minnesota and Iowa also joined coalition

MADISON (WKBT) — Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul joined a coalition of 19 attorneys general urging the U.S. Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee to strengthen public health and environmental protections against PFAs.

The coalition argues that serious dangers PFAs pose, combined with the tens of millions of taxpayer dollars being spent to protect residents from these dangers, call for swift congressional action.

Minnesota and Iowa attorneys general also are in the coalition.

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