Pollution from coal plant smokestacks is putting your health at risk. Even worse, the power plants responsible have already installed pollution controls that can help—they’re just not using them.
That’s why Maryland joined with other downwind states to petition to EPA to do its job and enforce its “Good Neighbor” protections under the Clean Air Act that tackles this problem. The EPA was supposed to respond to Maryland’s petition by July 15th—but failed to carry out its responsibility to act.
Don’t stand for inaction: Take action today, and tell EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to step up, do his job, and protect public health
Please enforce the EPA's "Good Neighbor" Provision
Dear Administrator Pruitt,
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]