Action Alert: Protect Endangered Species

Allison Noble Canton Pefect October Hiking Day
Two bills would repeal the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act.  The Committee on Natural Resources is holding a hearing on these bills on Monday.   The chairs of that Committee need to know that we oppose the bills that would destroy protections for endangered species.
Please contact Chairman Pacheco and Chairwoman Gobi today – by phone, email, or mail – to ask them to protect endangered species by halting S.345  and S.411. In addition, you can let your own representative and senator know where you stand and ask them to speak to the chairs of the committee as well.
Please also express your support for H.756 An Act Relative to the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act. We strongly support this consensus bill, which would improve the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act rather than repeal it.

Find out who your legislators are and how to contact them.

Thank you for helping to protect endangered species!

Photo credit: Allison Noble, Canton

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