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Minnesota Capitol building (istock, fotoguy22)

Take action today and urge your legislators to prioritize clean water, the environment and public health.

Power plant behind water spewing smoke. Photo credit: Martin Haas / Shutterstock

It's not surprising, but Scott Pruitt has caved to the coal plant industry’s demands for EPA to reconsider critical clean water protections.

Senator Markey (D-MA) and the Wheel of Giveaways. Screenshot from CSPAN

Big polluters and their friends in Congress are pushing an extreme agenda to rollback vital laws, regulations, and funding that protect clean water, reduce air pollution, and fight climate change.

Money in Politics Cover

The oil and gas industry, aided by the erosion of campaign finance laws and nearly boundless lobbying budgets, asserts enormous influence over legislative processes in real time while also enjoying legacy influence in regulatory frame- works. The results can be devastating to the health of the environment and the public.

Lake Winnebago - EPA Documerica Series

President Trump’s proposed budget would lead to more water and air pollution by slashing funding to programs that protect our waterways, clean up toxic sites and promote clean energy

Costco sign flickr.com/jeepersmedia cc

Costco recently unveiled Smart Screening Program to test for chemicals of concern. Thank Costco for taking action and urge them to continue to make progress on toxic chemicals.

Solar Installation. Photo credit: Brookhaven National Lab / Flickr-Creative Commons

Send a message to the Governor today and ask him to focus on renewable energy during the special session in July!

Three glasses of water on a table. Photo credit:  bunyarit / Shutterstock

Help us thank the legislature and Governor Dayton for taking an important step toward ensuring safe drinking water for kids across Minnesota, because we need policies that put drinking water first, and keep our kids healthy.

Maryland. Anacostia River. Photo By Brent Bolin

Please urge your councilmember today to commit $10 million for FY 2018 – FY 2019 to continue progress on all Anacostia remediation projects.