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Global Awareness : Our nation's waterways threatened: act now
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From: Conrad  (Original Message)Sent: 5/15/2007 9:43 PM

Clean Water Restoration Act: 60% of Our Waters At Stake!

60% of our waters at stake60% of Our Waters At Stake!

Did you know that 60% of our nation’s rivers and streams could be stripped of federal protection? Industry groups are trying to undo long-established safeguards for our local waterways and wetlands, but we now have a chance to stop them. Ask your representative to support the Clean Water Restoration Act now.

The Clean Water Restoration Act would restore the original intent of the Clean Water Act, the law that has protected our communities from pollution and cleaned up our nation’s water - water that our kids can play in, water that supports healthy fish and wildlife populations, water that is free from dangerous toxins.

We have momentum. Take action now to urge Congress to protect our local waters by supporting the Clean Water Restoration Act. With more than 100 representatives secured as cosponsors of the Act, we are confident that we can win the backing to pass this important bill.


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