Environmental Activist Erin Brockovich Explains Why She Drives People 'Crazy' in CVS

Erin Brockovich chats with co-hosts Mike Johnson and Bryan Abasolo about her long-standing advocacy for environmental causes. Erin — whose fight for clean water in Hinkley, California, was famously turned into a hit film starring Julia Roberts — explains why she drives people “crazy” in CVS. “I’m in there for three hours reading the labels,” she says, emphasizing that what we put in our bodies impacts our health.

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