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Everyone deserves access to clean water, and that’s why it’s so important that leaders in the U.S. House are fighting back against the Trump administration’s rollback of clean water safeguards. The Clean Water For All Act (H.R. 6745) would block the administration’s reckless Dirty Water Rule, which jeopardizes the rivers, lakes, streams, and other vital water bodies our families, communities, and economies depend on. 

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Will you send an email to all fourteen companies that earned F grades? These companies, including Ulta, Starbucks, and TJ Maxx/Marshalls need to hear from you.

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Make your voice heard by send comments through email and help us urge the Wolf Administration to demonstrate greater environmental leadership by strengthening and finalizing their regulation as soon as possible.

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Because of loopholes in California law, oil and gas wells, pump jacks and storage tanks are often located right next to playgrounds, schools, health care clinics, daycare centers and homes. Meanwhile children, the sick and the elderly are the most sensitive to the pollution produced by oil and gas production.  

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Governor Murphy’s New Jersey Clean Energy Equity Act is a first step toward a renewable energy future in New Jersey, but we must be explicit and deliberate in ensuring that all New Jerseyans benefit from a clean energy future.

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Urge NJ legislators to support a pandemic response that puts the interests of our communities first and avoids harmful cuts to public services that New Jersey families rely on.

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As our elected officials consider legislative priorities for this year, we need them to keep SB 1044 (Allen) on their priority list. This bill will restrict the use of PFAS-containing firefighting foams and replace them with safer, effective alternatives.

Why is this bill urgent? Three reasons!  

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Communities of color and low income communities have been disproportionately dumped on for too long. Every person deserves a healthy home, school, place of worship, workplace, and recreational areas regardless of their zip code, or color of their skin.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) should consider cumulative impacts of multiple pollution sources in a neighborhood, and the authority to just say no when a community is already overburdened!