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Senator Markey (D-MA) and the Wheel of Giveaways. Screenshot from CSPAN

Big polluters and their friends in Congress are pushing an extreme agenda to rollback vital laws, regulations, and funding that protect clean water, reduce air pollution, and fight climate change.

Lake Winnebago - EPA Documerica Series

Tell your U.S. Senators and Representative to protect funding for clean air and water. Don’t gut vital protections!

Oil and Gas Money is Choking our Democracy

The oil and gas industry, aided by the erosion of campaign finance laws and nearly boundless lobbying budgets, asserts enormous influence over legislative processes in real time while also enjoying legacy influence in regulatory frame- works. The results can be devastating to the health of the environment and the public.

pump jacks / photo: shutterstock, huyangshu

Opening up the Arctic would fly in the face of public opinion and longstanding bipartisan efforts to protect this fragile ecosystem against the greed of millionaires and corporate polluters. We cannot let Congress rubber stamp an agenda that does irreversible damage to the iconic Arctic Refuge.

 

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The State of Maryland has determined… that most waterways in the Monocacy River Watershed do not meet water quality standards.”  (Monocacy Scenic River Management Plan, page 9-4)

flooded sewer grate / photo: flickr.com/ghost_bear CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Contact your Representative today and tell them to replace our water infrastructure instead of shifting the burden of failing infrastructure to Michigan families.

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Your legislators won't change their bad voting records or continue to bravely vote with the environment unless they know you're paying attention. Contact your legislators and let them know what you think of their grades!

McConway and Torley West Baghouse

The McConway and Torley Steel Foundry in Lawrenceville is one of the worst polluters in Allegheny County. Tell ACHD no more excuses, issue a permit now that factors in the needs of the community not the company.

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Act now, by contacting your State House representative and State Senator and urging them to take a stand for water by investing in updating and replacing our crumbling water infrastructure!