Politics leads to split vote over PFAS chemicals

Oklahoma’s delegation in the U.S. House stands divided when it comes to the issue of dealing with PFAS, those chemicals found at military bases where fire-fighting foam is often used.

Democrat Rep. Kendra Horn stood with her party in voting for the PFAS Action Act while Oklahoma’s Republican Representatives were against it.

Alex Cameron of Oklahoma City-based News 9 TV reported from Washington, D.C. about the beliefs of those Representatives on the issue.

Click here to view his report.