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“CONCORD — The Conservation Law Foundation and Natural Resources Defense Council filed a brief April 29 in a landmark PFAS case in New Hampshire’s Supreme Court.

3M is challenging the state’s new rules establishing drinking water standards for the toxic chemicals.

‘The rules are designed to protect people in New Hampshire from the dangerous impacts of these toxic chemicals, and it’s essential that they be allowed to go into effect,’ said Tom Irwin, vice president and director of CLF New Hampshire. ‘3M’s case is nothing more than a giant corporation’s attempt to put their profits over the health and safety of our communities.’

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances include suspected carcinogens and have been linked to a variety of health problems including learning disorders in infants and children, fertility and pregnancy issues and impaired liver, thyroid and pancreatic function…”