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Sign the Petition to Oppose Republican Attacks on the Clean Power Plan

The so-called Ratepayer Protection Act is the latest Republican bill to take aim at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its plan to reduce carbon pollution.

Rather than protecting consumers, it would harm those who pay electricity bills by undermining the government’s proposal to reduce carbon pollution — a plan expected to lower electricity bills.

Add Your Name to Protect Consumers and Support Climate Action

We, the undersigned, call on Congress to cease obstructionist tactics that undermine the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) mandate to protect human health and the environment by reducing harmful greenhouse gases. Not only will the EPA’s Clean Power Plan yield significant health and environmental benefits, it also will benefit consumers by lowering electricity bills. Legislation that seeks to delay or prevent implementation of the Clean Power Plan is legislation to delay or prevent critical action on climate disruption and the benefits that action is expected to generate for the American people.

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8859 5 months ago Anonymous
8858 5 months ago Nicole De Nardis
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8855 1 year ago Greg Novlan Having been alive prior to the EPA there was good reason to develop this agency. It is more important now than ever. Please do not undermine the EPA. A clean environment and clean power is of the ut...
8854 1 year ago Jason Phelps
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8845 1 year ago Brian Dempsey I am a firm advocate of less government and less regulations, but when it comes to our environment we must be vigilant!!!
8844 1 year ago Greg roth
8843 1 year ago Dean Webb
8842 1 year ago Elisa McCool
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8840 1 year ago Angela Jones
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8837 1 year ago Jade Scileppi People must have renounced all natural intelligence to dare to advance that animals are but animated machines. Attentively observing the character of animals and distinguishing among them the differ...
8836 1 year ago Dennis Landi
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