Protect Our Coastlines and Prevent Another Deepwater Horizon Disaster

We invite you to become a co-sponsor of H.R. 4888, the Safe Coasts, Oceans, and Seaside Towns (COAST) Act, a bill that would codify two of the common-sense safety regulations put in place after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster: the production safety systems
rule and the well control rule. At a time when nearly all of America’s coastal waters have been placed on the table for increased oil and gas drilling, the Trump Administration has simultaneously taken steps to ease regulations such as these that govern the
oil and gas industry. This would be an enormous mistake.

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Protect Our Coastlines and Prevent Another Deepwater Horizon Disaster

We invite you to become a co-sponsor of H.R. 4888, the Safe Coasts, Oceans, and Seaside Towns (COAST) Act, a bill that would codify two of the common-sense safety regulations put in place after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster: the production safety systems
rule and the well control rule. At a time when nearly all of America’s coastal waters have been placed on the table for increased oil and gas drilling, the Trump Administration has simultaneously taken steps to ease regulations such as these that govern the
oil and gas industry. This would be an enormous mistake.

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Cosponsor the Tribal Heritage and Grizzly Bear Protection Act, H.R. 3894

I invite you to cosponsor H.R. 3894, the Tribal Heritage and Grizzly Bear Protection Act. Grizzly bears are considered sacred by many Tribes, but today only a small fraction of the historic
grizzly populations exist in the lower 48 states. While some populations are starting to increase, grizzly bears continue to be threatened by habitat loss, climate change, and trophy hunting.

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Co-Sponsor H.R. 4426 – the Sustainable Energy Development Reform Act!

            The Trump Administration and Interior Secretary Zinke have made one thing abundantly clear: when it comes to America’s public lands, the hopes and dreams of oil, gas, and coal executives come first. On Day 1, they began taking a wrecking ball
to Obama Administration policies that balanced energy development with conservation, protected public health, encouraged stakeholder participation in energy decisions, held companies accountable, managed public land for multiple uses, and planned for and attempted
to mitigate the effects of human-induced climate change. America’s most important natural places are under direct attack from the dirty energy agenda of Donald Trump and his fossil fuel cronies.

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