Tuesday, April 18th - Comment on EPA regulations

In accordance with Executive Order 13777, “Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda,” EPA is seeking input on regulations that may be appropriate for repeal, replacement, or modification.

You can go to this page and let the EPA know what you think about their desire to gut the EPA regulations. From The Hill:

President Trump has signed an executive order Friday establishing regulatory watchdogs inside federal agencies who are responsible for enforcing his agenda.

The Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda executive order will create a task force and regulatory reform officer at each federal agency, appointed by agency heads.

The task forces will be responsible for combing through existing regulations within 90 days to determine which ones can be repealed or modified.

You can go hear and leave a comment letting them know to stop trying to roll back all the EPA regulations that serve to protect our environment.


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Town Hall with Jan Schakowsky

Can't get enough of the whole town hall thing?, You can check out the town hall with Congresswoman Schakowsky the next day up in Arlington Heights.  Sign up here.

April 18th, 6:30 pm

Metropolis Performing Arts Centre

Arlington Heights, IL

Jason Rieger