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"Congressional cronies of the nation's biggest polluters are at it again: They are hard at work authoring a wave of bills aimed at exempting their dirty energy friends from strong air pollution limits.
On January 31, two of these legislative attacks were introduced in the Senate by Sen. John Barrasso and Sen. Jay Rockefeller. Meanwhile in the House, Rep. Fred Upton is crafting his own version. These attempts to weaken global warming pollution controls were written by special interests, for special interests.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is trying to do what it was created to do: protect Americans from pollution. There is currently no limit on the amount of carbon dioxide that polluters can pour into the air, so there is no way to hold the worst of them accountable.
Please tell your senators and representatives in Congress to oppose these attacks on clean air in America!"