National lobby day urges bipartisan passage of wildlife, PFAS bills
Our national network held more than 120 meetings with congressional staff urging bipartisan passage of wildlife and PFAS bills during national lobby day.
On March 16, our national network held more than 120 virtual meetings with congressional staff urging bipartisan passage of common-sense legislation, including Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, the PFAS Action Act and clean energy tax credits.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) (2nd from right in center row) was among the lawmakers and congressional staff who met with Environment America’s Lisa Frank (top left), Steve Blackledge (top right) and other staff to discuss bipartisan action on saving wildlife and reducing exposures to toxic PFAS chemicals. Credit: Staff
U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer (Ore.) (top left) talks with Environment Oregon’s Celeste Mieffren-Swango and others. Credit: Staff
On a call with U.S. Sen. Ed Markey (Mass.) (center, top row), Environment Massachusetts State Director Ben Hellerstein discussed extended and expanded clean energy tax credits. Credit: Staff