By Mike Hersh for Alan, Mike F., Dr. Bill, Deb, Dan, Donna, Janis, Kimberly, Bryan, and Shayna—Your PDA National Team
Sign the petition: Demand Congress hold Secretary Zinke
accountable for destroying our public lands and waters
Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) is working with a growing coalition to protect our environment from the Trumpublican Administration abuses. Sign the petition that we’ll deliver on Capitol Hill:
Every day Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is in office, he works to destroy our public lands and waters at the expense of our communities. He proposed gutting Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments. He wants to massively ramp up oil and gas drilling off our coasts. And he’s trying to slash protections for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
All this begs the question: What is Ryan Zinke getting out of destroying our last remaining wild places and the people who depend on them?There are 14 federal investigations into Zinke’s decision-making, misuse of funds, and potential corruption.
We can’t continue to allow him to destroy our wild places and communities for the benefit of his friends—from private developers to the fossil fuel industry. This makes Zinke just as corrupt as former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.
We need Congress to kick him out of office before he can do any more harm! Sign the petition: Demand Congress hold Secretary Zinke accountable for destroying our public lands and waters!
Mike Hersh for Alan, Mike F., Dr. Bill, Deb, Dan, Donna, Janis, Kimberly, Bryan, and Shayna—Your PDA National Team
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