Stop the Trump-McConnell Dirty Energy Bill

 

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell capped off Trump’s “Energy Week” by announcing a new energy bill that would speed approval of exports of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). We need your help to stop this destructive bill.
 
The vast majority of proposed new LNG export facilities - almost 30 - would be in Gulf states, which means Gulf communities will bear the brunt of accidents, explosions, and pollution that come with this dirty energy.
 
We say NO! Stand with us to stop this dirty energy bill.
 
This 891 page bill, which just dropped last week, is being brought to the floor without going through committee and before people have a chance to read it. 
 
What’s even more astounding is that the bill’s “Renewables” section ignores solar and wind. They aren’t even mentioned!

For too long, the Gulf has been the nation’s energy sacrifice zone. We are not going to make it easier for industry to ignore the safety of Gulf communities.

Take action and let’s show our Senators that we oppose the Trump-McConnell Dirty Energy Bill.

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