Deadline Tomorrow: Sign Letter to Trump on Monument Review

Please join us in sending a letter to President Trump recommending the revision, and in some cases rescission, of national monuments unilaterally designated by Presidents after 1996 that are larger than 100,000 acres and that lacked public outreach and coordination
with relevant stakeholders.

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LAST CALL! – Support Transparency in Rule-Making

Ralph Norman                                                             Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S.
Member of Congress                                                   Member of Congress

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Combat Catastrophic Wildfires Ravaging the Nation

This wildfire season has been one of the worst on record. The National Interagency Fire Center reports that there have been 49,563 fires that burned 8,422,251 acres so far in 2017. The U.S. Forest Service has already spent more than $2.3 billion on suppression
costs this fiscal year alone – a new record.

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Closing Today COB: Ensure State and Local Governments Have a Seat at the Table During Planning Decisions

To help ensure that federal agencies closely coordinate land-use planning and other regulatory actions with states and local governments, we have prepared a draft Executive Order (EO), a draft memorandum and three draft policies that we are sending to the
Trump Administration. These documents seek to ensure state and local governments are involved in important decisions made by federal agencies that affect their livelihoods and local planning decisions.

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DEADLINE TOMORROW: Urge EPA Administrator Pruitt to Scrap Obama CERCLA Rule

Please join us in sending a letter to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt urging him to scrap the Obama Administration’s burdensome new financial requirements for the hardrock mining (HRM) industry in the form of the proposed
CERCLA Rule published on January 11, 2017.
This proposed regulation is duplicative, unnecessary and punitive to an industry that generates more 1.2 million jobs and provides approximately $3 trillion in added value to America’s gross domestic product (GDP).

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Urge EPA Administrator Pruitt to Scrap Obama CERCLA Rule

Please join us in sending a letter to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt urging him to scrap the Obama Administration’s burdensome new financial requirements for the hardrock mining (HRM) industry in the form of the proposed
CERCLA Rule published on January 11, 2017.
This proposed regulation is duplicative, unnecessary and punitive to an industry that generates more 1.2 million jobs and provides approximately $3 trillion in added value to America’s gross domestic product (GDP).

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