|Title||Washington governor budgets $9m on chemicals in products to save orcas|
|Date||2018-12-20 PM 5:41:58||Hit||810|
Washington state governor Jay Inslee has earmarked more than $9m to address the environmental threat posed by toxic chemicals in consumer products. The move is part of a broader $1.1bn budget aimed at saving the region's orca whales.
The news follows a set of recommendations released last month by the Southern Resident Orca Task Force, a group formed earlier this year to establish a long-term plan for recovering the region's waning killer whale population.
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