They’re at it again – the Oil and Gas Industry, along with their friends in Congress are trying to make it easier to drill on our federal and tribal lands. H.R. 2728, introduced by Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) would keep the federal government from protecting federal lands from the dangers of hydraulic fracturing. The oversight of oil and gas development on these lands would fall to a weak patchwork of regulations that vary widely from state to state. Simply put – H.R. 2728 puts our federal lands, our legacy, at risk. We have to stop this bill today. Click here to send a message to your Representative today and tell them to stand up to industry and say “No” to H.R. 2728. We should be protecting our lands more, not less.
Thousands of communities across the nation are at risk from toxic coal ash. Congress is only making things worse. Click here to protect our neighborhoods and communities from the threat of coal ash.
The “Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act of 2013” (H.R. 2218), introduced by Representative David McKinley (R-WV), fails to protect communities from coal ash pollution.