A backhanded environmental attack

Ivan Frishberg, BarackObama.com
2013-03-21 16:07:19
Friend -- If you care about the environment, you need to know about what's happening in the Senate right now, and you need to act quickly: A smart budget that funds clean energy investments and measures to combat climate change is about to get stuffed full of anti-environmental amendments until it's barely recognizable. Or at least that's what some Republican senators are going to try to do. They'll try to block the EPA's climate change rules, end renewable energy tax credits, and circumvent the State Department's process evaluating the Keystone XL oil pipeline. This kind of backhanded environmental attack is what's broken in Washington -- powerful special interests are calling the shots right now. If we want to start fixing it, we've all got to stand up and fight back. With each name, our call for action gets a little louder and our grassroots team gets a little stronger -- add yours today: my.barackobama.com/Call-for-a-Clean-Budget Thanks -- and I'll be in touch with more soon. Ivan Ivan Frishberg Climate Campaign Manager Organizing for Action P.S. -- As we gear up for this and many other fights over environmental policy, members of Congress need to know that we've got a massive community of supporters ready to help them out if they do the right thing -- or make life very hard for them if they don't. Add your name today and say you're ready to take action: my.barackobama.com/Call-for-a-Clean-Budget
Organizing for Action
Friend --

If you care about the environment, you need to know about what's happening in the Senate right now, and you need to act quickly:

A smart budget that funds clean energy investments and measures to combat climate change is about to get stuffed full of anti-environmental amendments until it's barely recognizable.

Or at least that's what some Republican senators are going to try to do.

They'll try to block the EPA's climate change rules, end renewable energy tax credits, and circumvent the State Department's process evaluating the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

This kind of backhanded environmental attack is what's broken in Washington -- powerful special interests are calling the shots right now. If we want to start fixing it, we've all got to stand up and fight back.

With each name, our call for action gets a little louder and our grassroots team gets a little stronger -- add yours today:

http://my.barackobama.com/Call-for-a-Clean-Budget

Thanks -- and I'll be in touch with more soon.

Ivan

Ivan Frishberg
Climate Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action

P.S. -- As we gear up for this and many other fights over environmental policy, members of Congress need to know that we've got a massive community of supporters ready to help them out if they do the right thing -- or make life very hard for them if they don't. Add your name today and say you're ready to take action.

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