In this issue: November 6 Elections Give Us a Chance to Elect Environmental Champions; 3,000 for Clean Water; 2017-2018 Legislative Scorecard; The Problem With Corporate Industrial Agriculture and Minnesota’s Water; Stay in the Loop: 3M Settlement
In This Issue
- Voting For California's Environmental Values
- Clean Water Action Promotes Climate Emergency Declarations in the Bay Area
- Clean Water Action's Fight for a Safe Drinking Water Fund Will Continue in 2019
- ReThink Disposable Team Welcomes Auditor Grace Lee
- Reducing Air Pollution and Improving Health in Lost Hills
In this issue: Electing Pro-Environmental Candidates to Congress in New Jersey; The Fight Continues for Economic, Social and Environmental Justice; ReThink Disposable in the Garden State; Autumn Toast: Celebrate Fall at Clean Water Action’s 9th Annual Charity Auction
In this issue: Maryland: 2018 Endorsements; Clean Water Leads Residential Stormwater Outreach Program in Howard County; Baltimore People’s Climate Movement; Housing Trust Fund Victory. Virginia: 2018 Endorsements; Winter is Coming: Environmental and Economic Impacts of Salt. D.C.: Anacostia Park & Community Collaborative: Network Reflection.
As you’ll see in our Scorecard, Republicans in Congress have prioritized corporate polluters and campaign donors over the public every chance they have had. They have voted to slash agency budgets, undermine the science used to develop safeguards, and more.
August 24, 2018
The Honorable Andrew Wheeler
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Acting Administrator
1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC 20460
RE: Docket ID No. EPA–HQ–OLEM–2018–0024 Clean Water Act Hazardous Substances Discharge Prevention Action
Dear Acting Administrator Wheeler,
On behalf of the undersigned 187 organizations and our millions of members and supporters across the country, we oppose the Trump administration’s attempt to repeal the 2015 Clean Water Rule and urge the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw this proposed repeal.
We need a Supreme Court Justice that will combat environmental racism and fight for environmental justice for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship status, or income – not someone who will bar the courthouse doors on them.