Oppose the Nomination of Scott Pruitt
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UPDATE: On February 17, 2017, the U.S. Senate voted 52-46 to confirm Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as the next administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. More than 19,000 national park advocates took action by urging their senators to oppose this nomination.
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Senators: Cosponsor the National Park Service Legacy Act Today!
Ask your senators to cosponsor S.751, the National Park Service Legacy Act! Urge them to provide our national parks with a dedicated source of money to ensure our children and grandchildren will be able to enjoy America's national parks just as we have.
Tell Congress to Preserve and Protect the Antiquities Act!
Urge Congress to support the Antiquities Act, safeguarding America's special places, and oppose any amendments or bills to undermine this important law and the future preservation of and access to our national heritage.
The Senate Is Voting to Strip Air Quality Protections!
The Senate will soon vote on eliminating requirements to control methane waste from oil and gas facilities on public lands. Contact your senators right now and ask them to VOTE NO on S.J. Res 11!
Don't Remove Clean Air Protections for Southwestern National Parks!
Utah lawmakers want to permanently eliminate a critical plan to clean up coal plants in Utah that are polluting eight national parks in the Southwest. Tell your members of Congress to stop this attack on national park air quality today!
Protect Our Great Lakes National Parks and Water Quality with Robust Funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative!
Tell Congress to ensure that the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is fully funded at $300 million annually to protect the Great Lakes and national parks along their shores.
Protect Streams, Rivers and Our National Parks with Reasonable Funding for the Chesapeake Bay Program!
Please tell Congress to protect our national parks by ensuring the Chesapeake Bay Program receives reasonable funding of $73 million annually, the amount allocated in years past, to protect the rivers, streams and national parks in the watershed.