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Give EPA the resources it needs to do its job

Tell your member of Congress: Americans deserve to know that the water we drink and the air we breathe isn't making us sick.

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Email is one of the easiest way to get your message across—and it works. Time and time again, we've seen overwhelming email advocacy get results. Make your message count

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Nothing gets the attention of your member of Congress like a one-on-one interaction. Get noticed

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Members of Congress pay close attention to their local papers. Follow our tips and use this simple letter-writing tool to get published:
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