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  • Toma de medidas para reducir la contaminación de carbono a nivel estatal, local y tribal


  • Taking Action to Reduce Carbon Pollution at the State, Local, and Tribal Level

    For decades, state, city, county, and tribal leaders have led the way in reducing pollution, making our communities healthier and cleaner. The EPA's new carbon pollution standard proposal puts tools in the hands of each state -– there’s no one-size-fits-all approach here.


  • Investing in Our Ports and Infrastructure

    A number of recent actions have helped American business and commerce — and the American workers who will benefit from more American-made goods sold across the world. But there’s more Congress can do to modernize our entire transportation system.


  • Happy Mother's Day, from the ACA

    More than 8 million Americans have signed up for coverage through HealthCare.gov. And for families across America, that's making a difference –- providing peace of mind for parents and kids alike.


  • What Climate Change Means for Regions Across America

    The Third U.S. National Climate Assessment confirms that climate change is affecting Americans in every region of the United States and key sectors of the national economy.


  • On Earth Day, a Commitment to Climate Action

    On this Earth Day, Administration officials will be joining Americans around the country to talk about our environmental and climate challenges.


  • Joining Forces Third Anniversary

    Three years ago, the two of us started our Joining Forces initiative. We wanted to show our appreciation for the incredible families across America who do so much for our country. And we wanted to show our support not just with words, but with real, concrete action.


  • A State-by-State Breakdown of the Damage That Would Be Caused by the House Republican Budget

    If enacted, the latest House Republican Budget would slow the economy, harm seniors and those most in need, and raise taxes on middle-class families with children in order to cut taxes for millionaire households.


  • The "Public Good" Is Not a Dirty Word: Rebuilding Our Collective Responsibility

    Helen Gym is a community and education leader whose work across different organizations supports the right to a quality public education for all children. A former school teacher and journalist, she leads the board of Asian Americans United, a 28-year old organization serving Philadelphia’s diverse Asian American and immigrant communities. At AAU, she has organized against predatory gambling and led a campaign to address human rights issues in immigration and deportation practices. She helped found a Chinatown-based charter school serving many immigrant families and anchored a successful federal civil rights case focused on the responsibility of adults to create safe school environments free from bias and harassment.


  • Working Together to Bring Healthy Foods to Communities in Need

    Representatives from the White House Domestic Policy Council, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of the Treasury joined representatives from various community projects from around the country to discuss how to increase healthy food access to communities in need.


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