Tax fairness, better wages and fully-funded community services will make Michigan a better place for both families and businesses
Breaking– SCOTUS 10 am ruling that guts federal action on climate makes State budget corrections now even more critical
Cranford, NJ – Clean Water Action released the following statement as Governor Murphy signed the FY 2023 budget today.
In reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision today in West Virginia et al. v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency et al., Clean Water Action President Robert Wendelgass released the following statement:
Join us to celebrate Clean Water Action’s 50th anniversary, the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act and some big wins in Connecticut.
As a Clean Water Action member or supporter, we know you care about our water and climate. That’s why we vet and endorse candidates for office that reflect your values and priorities. There are big changes coming to the Michigan legislature and US Congress. You’ll have your first opportunity to influence those changes by voting in the August 2nd Primary for the candidate you wish to see advance to the general election. Michigan is losing a seat in Congress and so you may be represented by someone new. That’s why it is important to understand the changes, educate yourself and vote!
The Citizens Poplar Point Working Group is a broad-based, collaborative effort of residents interested in the future of the Poplar Point area of the District of Columbia.
Clean Water Action announced today their endorsement of Congressman Tom Malinowski for re-election in New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District.
Friend of the court brief filed in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency
LANSING- Today, Clean Water Action announced their endorsement of Congressman Andy Levin for Michigan’s 11th Congressional District.