Florida. The Sunshine State. Known worldwide for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters, and unique and varied wildlife species. In recent years, funding has been lacking, jeopardizing Florida’s exceptional habitats and wildlife. However, on November 4, 2014 voters will have the opportunity to change that by VOTING YES on the Water & Land Conservation Amendment 1.
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October 14, 2014
Boca Raton, FL: Today, on the eve of celebrating 42 years of the Clean Water Act, Clean Water Fund released its second coal ash report “Florida’s Toxic Coal Ash Uncovered”. This report reveals that federal and state governments have failed to address the multitude of issues surrounding coal power plant waste management.
“Clean Water Action believes that Mike Martinez has accumulated the depth of experience working with city staff and the community to make him uniquely suited to lead the City of Austin at this critical juncture of its history,” said David Foster, Texas Director for Clean Water Action. “He has earned our trust and we encourage our members to vote for him.”
[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.