Toxic mercury pollution is so pervasive that many Americans cannot safely eat fish caught in local waters. But rather than crack down on the largest U.S. source of mercury emissions—power plants—the Bush administration recently issued rules that give polluters a pass for years to come, delaying even modest reductions until 2018 and even then allowing companies to buy and trade the right to pollute.
Senators Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Susan Collins (R-ME) have introduced a bipartisan joint resolution to reject these rules and send the administration back to the drawing board to write a rule that complies with the law and protects public health. Fill out the form below to tell your Sentors to protect clean air and health by voting for the Leahy-Collins resolution.
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