Join Our Social Media Push for Clean Water Today!
Your right to clean water is under assault in Congress.
Senators John Barrasso (R-WY) and Dean Heller (R-NV) have proposed an amendment to the Energy and Water Development Appropriations bill (H.R. 2354) that would effectively limit the protection of the Clean Water Act regarding small streams and wetlands across the country-the very streams and wetlands that serve as sources of drinking water for 117 million Americans as well as vital habitat for fish and wildlife.
It’s critical that the Army Corps and the Environmental Protection Agency are able to move forward on clarifying the scope of the Clean Water Act. This Dirty Water Bill is currently awaiting a vote in the Senate and it’s critical we defeat this legislation. To do that we need you! It’s time to let your Senators know that they need to put people’s health before profits, and protect our clean water.
Take action today and help drive home the message that Americans want their Senators to protect clean water. Starting today, Thursday December 1st, at 10am Eastern, we’ll be getting the message out. Join us in the effort.
Here’s What You Can Do Right Now
Look at the list below and find your Senator. Click the links to tweet them or go to their Facebook page to post a message on their wall. Customize your message to them. Tell them why it’s important to you that they protect your clean water!
Not finding your Senator listed? Here are some tweets to send to all Senators, urging them to oppose the Dirty Water Bill.
- Pls RT! 117 million Americans are counting on the Senate to reject the #DirtyWaterBill & protect their #DrinkingWater http://bit.ly/ujvagm
- Americans want to swim and fish in #CleanWater. We urge all Senators to #ProtectCleanWater & oppose the #DirtyWaterBill http://nyti.ms/tJ5mDB
- Tell Congress to stand with people not polluters & oppose the #DirtyWaterBill http://nyti.ms/tJ5mDB RT @americanrivers
- Americans expect safe & #CleanWater. Tell Congress to #ProtectCleanWater & oppose the #DirtyWaterBill RT @americanrivers
Please join us in this important effort—and help spread the word by sharing on Twitter and Facebook!