able differently * Alaska Community Action on Toxics * Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments * Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization * BlueGreen Alliance * Breast Cancer Prevention Partners * California Safe Schools * Center for Environmental Health * Clean and Healthy New York * Clean Water Action/Clean Water Fund * Defend Our Health * Earthjustice * Ecology Center * Environmental Defense Fund * Environmental Working Group * Healthy Babies Bright Futures * League of Conservation Voters Learning Disabilities Association of America * Learning Disab
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California League of Conservation Voters * Center for Biological Diversity * Chesapeake Climate Action Network * Clean Water Action * Disciples Center for Public Witness * Earthjustice * Endangered Species Coalition * Environmental Justice Ministry, Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church * Friends of the Earth U.S.
Federal and State Action Needed to Protect Water from Upstream Oil and Gas Activities
In March 2021, Clean Water Action held a Safe Cleaning and Disinfecting in the Age of Covid Workshop.
Clean Water Action • Defenders of Wildlife • Earthjustice • Friends of the Earth U.S. Greenpeace US • League of Conservation Voters • National Wildlife Federation • Natural
Resources Defense Council • Sierra Club • The Wilderness Society • Union of Concerned Scientists
February 8, 2021
United States Senate Washington, DC 20510
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Dear Majority Leader Schumer, Minority Leader McConnell, Chairman Carper and Ranking Member Capito:
Every Californian should have access to affordable safe drinking water. Yet our water system is at risk of failing Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities, right when we need it most to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Governor Whitmer, Attorney General Nessel, and Secretary of State Benson had their work cut out for them when they were sworn into office in 2019. After only two years in office all three leaders have helped ensure significant progress for Michiganders, our environment and our democracy. This scorecard focuses on the major actions taken to protect our water and our democracy by Governor Whitmer, Attorney General Nessel, and Secretary Benson since assuming office.