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Coalition Comments to Senators Regarding the Waters of the United States Rule

April 29, 2017

Senators ask the Environment and Public Works Committee to submit this letter for the record for the Committee’s April 26 hearing on the Clean Water Rule.

The Coalition and Others to Senators Regarding Great Lakes Priorities

April 29, 2017

The Coalition and others write to ask appropriators to assure that Great Lakes restoration priorities receive funding for fiscal year 2018.

Coalition and Others to EPA Administrator Regarding the Clean Water Rule

April 29, 2017

Millions of supporters provide perspective on Administrator Pruitt’s intention to eliminate the federal safeguards included in the 2015 Water Rule.

Michigan Representatives to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regarding Region 5

April 29, 2017

Michigan Representatives write to the EPA in opposition to the closure of the Region 5 office based in the Great Lakes region.

Members of the House and Senate to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regarding Region 5

April 29, 2017

Members of Congress write the EPA to express grave concerns regarding reports to abolish Region 5 as part of the fiscal year 2018 budget.

Huron River Restoration

April 26, 2017

Coalition Urges Congress to Support Great Lakes Investments

April 11, 2017

As the uproar continues over the Trump Administration’s budget proposal to eliminate core Great Lakes programs, the coalition is turning to the U.S. Congress.

Coalition and Others to House Appropriators Regarding the Great Lakes

April 5, 2017

The coalition and others write to the House Committee on Appropriations regarding Great Lakes restoration priorities in the FY2018 appropriations bill.

U.S. House Pushes Back to Restore Great Lakes Funding, In Wake of Proposed Trump Administration Cuts

March 30, 2017

In the wake of President Trump’s budget outline released earlier this month that would eliminate Great Lakes restoration programs, members of the House expressed their concern.