Washington DC -- The Biden administration today released its budget request for discretionary spending.
Clean Water Action President and CEO, Bob Wendelgass, released the following response:
23 local elected officials from throughout Allegheny County signed a joint letter sent to Dr. Debra Bogen, Director of the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD), asking for improvements in proposed new air quality rules currently under consideration.
“This proposal would concentrate too much power in the hands of a single position – the mayor -- while reducing the power of council members who are elected by district,” said David Foster, Clean Water Action’s State Director.
"Today is a good day. We look forward to working with Congress to ensure that the American Jobs Plan is just a downpayment -- if we really want to build back better, we need to go big."
“I thought we were trying to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies not increase them!"
“Unchecked methane pollution from oil and gas operations is supercharging the climate crisis - putting our water at risk from more extreme weather, floods, drought, contamination and sea level rise."
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March 24, 2021
New Mayor Hears Residents’ and Advocates’ Call for Improved Sewage Backup Support
Washington DC -- Yesterday, Members of the US House of Representatives introduced the “Frack Pack” -- a package of five bills that closes several loopholes in federal environmental laws for oil and gas operations. The introduction follows the recent release of “Roadmap for Reform: Federal and State Action Needed to Protect Water from Upstream Oil and Gas Activities,” a new report from Clean Water Action.
Washington DC -- Racist hate and violence against Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the United States has been on the rise recently, culminating in the deadly shootings at three Asian American owned businesses in Georgia.
Clean Water Action President and CEO, Bob Wendelgass, released the following statement: