Montana parents are demanding congress reform outdated laws on toxic chemicals.
Hundreds of moms and their children are expected to rally outside the capitol building in Washington D.C. tomorrow for a "Stroller Brigade".
They will be showing their support for legislation updating laws on toxic chemicals in consumer products.
One Belgrade mom is in D.C. for Tuesday's rally.
She said after doctors told her she wouldn't be able to have kids, she stopped using certain household products.
"Once I started cleaning out my food and my cleaning products, and cosmetics, and just the consumer toxins I could control," said Carlyn Meyers, Belgrade mom on "Stroller Brigade". "One year later my body was working and I was pregnant."
Meyers said the parents from Montana will also meet tomorrow with Senator Jon Tester as a part of the "Stroller Brigade."