July Humanities Recess Event: Hamilton Exhibit at the National Postal Museum

Please join the Congressional Humanities Caucus for the July Humanities Recess Event (HRE)
next Friday, July 20, at 11:00 am at the National Postal Museum for the limited-time exhibit,
Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, Secretary, Icon. HREs are monthly Caucus-sponsored events for staffers to develop understandings of the relationships of public policy to history, literature, languages, philosophy, ethics, religion,
anthropology, government, linguistics, and other humanities disciplines.

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July Humanities Recess Event: Hamilton Exhibit at the National Postal Museum

Please join the Congressional Humanities Caucus for the July Humanities Recess Event (HRE)
next Friday, July 20, at 11:00 am at the National Postal Museum for the limited-time exhibit,
Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, Secretary, Icon. HREs are monthly Caucus-sponsored events for staffers to develop understandings of the relationships of public policy to history, literature, languages, philosophy, ethics, religion, anthropology,
government, linguistics, and other humanities disciplines.

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July Humanities Recess Event: Hamilton Exhibit at the National Postal Museum (New link)

Please join the Congressional Humanities Caucus for the July Humanities Recess Event (HRE)
next Friday, July 20, at 11:00 am at the National Postal Museum for the limited-time exhibit,
Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, Secretary, Icon. HREs are monthly Caucus-sponsored events for staffers to develop understandings of the relationships of public policy to history, literature, languages, philosophy, ethics, religion,
anthropology, government, linguistics, and other humanities disciplines.

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CLOSING COB TODAY: Protect Our Communities From Dangerous Coal Ash Waste

I invite you to join me in sending a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler urging him to reverse his decision to revise the 2015 Coal Ash Rule, which established the first consistent set of federal regulations
for the safe and appropriate disposal of coal combustion residuals (coal ash) from electric utilities and power producers. This decision ignores years of robust scientific assessment and stakeholder input, represents a severe threat to human health and the
environment across the country, and undermines public input by issuing an only 45-day comment period.

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Protect Our Communities From Dangerous Coal Ash Waste

I invite you to join me in sending a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler urging him to reverse his decision to revise the 2015 Coal Ash Rule, which established the first consistent set of federal regulations
for the safe and appropriate disposal of coal combustion residuals (coal ash) from electric utilities and power producers. This decision ignores years of robust scientific assessment and stakeholder input, represents a severe threat to human health and the
environment across the country, and undermines public input by issuing an only 45-day comment period.

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CLOSING SOON: Protect Our Communities From Dangerous Coal Ash Waste

I invite you to join me in sending a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler urging him to reverse his decision to revise the 2015 Coal Ash Rule, which established the first consistent set of federal regulations
for the safe and appropriate disposal of coal combustion residuals (coal ash) from electric utilities and power producers. This decision ignores years of robust scientific assessment and stakeholder input, represents a severe threat to human health and the
environment across the country, and undermines public input by issuing an only 45-day comment period.

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Protect Our Communities From Dangerous Coal Ash Waste

I invite you to join me in sending a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt urging him to reverse his decision to revise the 2015 Coal Ash Rule, which established the first consistent set of federal regulations for the
safe and appropriate disposal of coal combustion residuals (coal ash) from electric utilities and power producers. This decision ignores years of robust scientific assessment and stakeholder input, represents a severe threat to human health and the environment
across the country, and undermines public input by issuing an only 45-day comment period.

Read More

Protect Our Communities From Dangerous Coal Ash Waste

I invite you to join me in sending a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt urging him to reverse his decision to revise the 2015 Coal Ash Rule, which established the first consistent set of federal regulations for the
safe and appropriate disposal of coal combustion residuals (coal ash) from electric utilities and power producers. This decision ignores years of robust scientific assessment and stakeholder input, represents a severe threat to human health and the environment
across the country, and undermines public input by issuing an only 45-day comment period.

Read More