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"Since many people feed their families and their businesses from the fish in #Oklahoma lakes, we owe it to ourselves and future generations to keep the EPA strong and focused on regulating toxic substances such as mercury."

"Since many people feed their families and their businesses from the fish in lakes, we owe it to ourselves and future generations to keep the EPA strong and focused on regulating toxic substances such as mercury.

Supreme Court Hears EPA Mercury Rule: http://www.momscleanairforce.org/mercury-supreme-court/

Read why the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments on the U. EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, which were finalized in

The President's EPA Budget Lacks Compassion for Seniors and Kids

Learn how President Trump’s proposed EPA budget puts special interests ahead of protecting the most vulnerable, particularly seniors and children.

"I am here today to ask that during this process you keep one simple thing forefront in your minds: Our children. They don’t have a voice in this rulemaking, but it will determine their future." -Molly Rauch #EPA

Social Media Guidance: EPA Hearing On Carbon Pollution Standards

"Hold on" photo by Sue Ogrocki/AP. A mother carries her child through a field near the collapsed Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Oklahoma.

The Week in Pictures

A woman carries her child through a field near the collapsed Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., Monday, May (AP Photo Sue Ogrocki)

More Red Tape, Less Protection for Our Families

"I was inspired to testify today because a special family friend passed away last week, Pete Seeger. As I joined his family and friends at memorials to celebrate his life and legacy, I heard over and over again about Pete’s unwavering love of protecting the air, water and land." ~@Ronnie Citron-Fink

Read Ronnie Citron-Fink's testimony from an EPA hearing on carbon pollution standards and learn why Pete Seeger is important to the environmental movement.

Schools Out But Learning Never Stops

Learn why vital health protections provided by the EPA are under threat due to budget cuts, and why we need these protections in the heat of summer.

"I am speaking as a mother who is desperately concerned for my children’s future and their NOW which is threatened by climate change. You, as representatives of the EPA, have a unique opportunity to have a huge, direct positive impact on my children’s future, by creating strong carbon pollution standards for new power plants." ~Harriet Shugarman

Read Climate Mama's Harriet Shugarman's testimony for the New York City Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listening session on carbon pollution.

Read testimony delivered by Ohio mom, Melanie delivered at the Citizens Hearing on EPA Budget and learn why the EPA needs a healthy budget to protect us.

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