Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… whose carcinogenic effects have been publicly debated since the film Erin Brockovich, every non-EPA speaker on the agenda was paid by industry. ‘E …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… ll yeah, it was hurting people all that time?” …"

"… his analysis, Morgan said, “Now, what I presumed was you're going after Erin Brockovich.” Limitations of epidemiology Whether anyone in Hinkley got cancer from …"

"… pockets. “I've heard different reports of $2 million or $3 million that Erin Brockovich received herself. And yet, she is the humanitarian. Well, I'm more humanit …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… lent chromium, best known as the toxic chemical compound from the hit film Erin Brockovich, is found in the drinking water of more than 70 million Americans, accordi …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… tive in a ploy to get the president’s attention. It worked. Long before Erin Brockovich became a movie, Gibbs helped secure an environmental victory of greater he …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… on lawsuit. The suit was made famous in the Hollywood movie Erin Brockovich.  Regulators have been slow to act on the problem of chromium (VI) i …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… (VI), you may recall, is the same chemical compound featured in the movie Erin Brockovich. That Oscar-winning film did much to raise awareness of chromium pollution …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… earlier. From here, the story is familiar to anyone who saw the hit film Erin Brockovich. The corporate polluter was taken to court. The victims got millions of do …"

"… the wealth.’ " Secrets of the 'Blue-Ribbon Panel' Before the film Erin Brockovich even came out, the state of California was already taking steps to st …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Erin Brockovich

"… called hexavalent chromium, which gained infamy in the Oscar-winning film Erin Brockovich. The film ends in Hollywood fashion, with the corporate polluter paying $3 …"