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Coalition to Office of Management and Budget Regarding the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

November 22, 2009

The coalition asks the Office of Management and Budget to support the same funding level for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative in the FY11 budget.

Coalition Provides Comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regarding the Great Lakes Multi-Year Restoration Action Plan

August 29, 2009

The Coalition submits comments to the Environmental Protection Agency’s regarding the “Great Lakes Multi-Year Restoration Action Plan.”

Coalition and Others to House of Representatives Regarding the Transportation Bill

June 22, 2009

The Coalition urges Representatives to help reduce or eliminate polluted storm water runoff and ensure that highways do not harm local waters and wetlands.

Coalition to Senators regarding the Great Lakes Legacy Act

June 22, 2009

The Coalition asks Senators to vote for the Great Lakes Legacy Act during this week’s Committee on Environment and Public Works business meeting.

Coalition to Senators Regarding the Clean Water Restoration Act Amendments

June 22, 2009

The coalition urges Senators to vote for the compromise Baucus-Klobuchar-Boxer amendment to the Clean Water Restoration Act.

Coalition to Senators regarding the Clean Water Restoration Act

April 22, 2009

The coalition urges Senators to co-sponsor S. 787, the Clean Water Restoration Act, and vote to pass this legislation this year.

Coalition to House of Representatives Regarding the Water Quality Investment Act

March 22, 2009

On behalf of the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition, we urge you to vote for H.R. 1262, the Water Quality Investment Act of 2009.

Coalition to Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Regarding the Water Quality Financing Act

March 22, 2009

The coalition supports Congressional efforts to pass the Water Quality Financing Act of 2009 because it will help close a funding gap for wastewater need.

Great Lakes Restoration and the Threat of Global Warming

May 17, 2008

This report synthesizes current climate change science and presents the likely impacts that warming temperatures will have on the Great Lakes, including lower lake levels, more sewage overflows, and increased pressure to divert water.