[Pictured left to right: Alex Papali, Clean Water Action; Attorney General Martha Coakley; Erica Mattison, ELM Action Fund]
BOSTON – Environmental advocates, labor leaders and electrical workers today rallied with Democratic candidate for Attorney General Maura Healey, saying voters have a clear choice on these important issues and naming Healey as the candidate who will side with the people as a 21st Century ratepayer advocate.
Environmental advocates back Earned Paid Sick Time, Expanded Bottle Bill, and Reject Gas Tax Repeal Measure
Austin – The environmental organization Clean Water Action has announced its endorsement of the City of Austin's Proposition 1 on this November's ballot. Prop 1 would authorize $600 million in bond money for a startup urban rail line, subject to the condition of receiving federal matching dollars in the same amount. It would also authorize $400 million in road projects.
To: Members of the NJ State Senate
From: David Pringle, NJ Campaign Director, Clean Water Action
(formerly aka NJ Environmental Federation, Clean Water Action's NJ Chapter)
Cell: 732-996-4288; email: email@example.com
Date: October 16, 2014
Re: Block Pinelands Nominations up in Judiciary Committee today