An open letter to State Governors & Legislatures (PA only)

Vote NO on SB119 / HB 637

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VOTE NO on SB 119. VOTE NO on HB 637. A bipartisan group of legislators in Harrisburg are pushing a proposal to strip Pennsylvania’s environmental officials of their authority to tackle climate pollution from dirty fossil fuel power plants. Please oppose this disastrous attack on climate solutions before it's too late. We need to create jobs using 21st-century technology, not 20th century technology. Fotomat, IMB typewriters and Blockbuster are not coming back. Investing in fossil fuels is a waste of money and bad for the environment. After years of inaction by the state legislature, Gov. Wolf announced his intention to have Pennsylvania join one of the nation's most successful programs for reducing climate pollution, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). This proposal was met with widespread public support -- citizens submitted supportive comments by the thousands, spoke up at public meetings, and applauded the effort in their local newspapers. But fossil fuel companies and their allies in the Pennsylvania legislature are pulling out all the stops to keep Pennsylvania from joining this program and reducing our carbon footprint. These efforts to halt climate solutions have been introduced by two legislators from Western Pennsylvania. This week the state Senate is set to start moving its rollback of climate solutions, so time is of the essence. We need our elected officials to fight climate change -- not continue the status quo and kick the can down the road.


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