A photo that has been widely shared on the internet appears to show First Lady Jill Biden using a gas stove, while there are reports that the Biden administration is considering a ban on such appliances.
A photo of First Lady Jill Biden using a gas stove on her Twitter account, has been circulating on the internet, while at the same time, the Biden administration is reportedly contemplating a ban on such appliances. In September 2020, First Lady Jill Biden tweeted a photo of herself cooking on a gas stovetop and asked Canadian chef and television personality Antoni Porowski, "Hey @Antoni, what's on the menu tonight?" raising questions about the potential ban on gas stoves.
A picture of Joe Biden cooking on a gas stove appeared on the internet shortly after Bloomberg reported that the CPSC is mulling over prohibiting gas stoves due to indoor air pollution concerns.
— Dr. Jill Biden (@DrBiden) September 2, 2020
"FLAG ON THE PLAY: That is a GAS Stove........ Shameful," someone else tweeted.
FLAG ON THE PLAY: That is a GAS Stove........ Shameful.
— Maverick (@editormaverick) January 10, 2023
About one-third of American households have gas stoves, which emit carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, and other pollutants deemed harmful by the World Health Organization and the Environmental Protection Agency.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission's Commissioner, Richard Trumka Jr., stated to Bloomberg that the commission may propose a ban on gas stoves as soon as this year and that it will be given priority.
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