What does clean water mean to you? And thoughts on 100 days of resisting Trump

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Hi everyone - Thank you so much for reaching out to your friends and family in neighboring red districts on Thursday. Your efforts helped kill Zombie Trumpcare. But, let's be clear: Republicans will try to kill the Affordable Care Act again. And again. And again.

But, today—the 100th day of the Trump administration—we can all say proudly that we have helped to save the Affordable Care Act twice. We have fought back every single day, and we have won many important fights over the last 100 days. And we're going to keep fighting every single day until we win the House. And until we win the Senate. And until we win the White House. And until we truly have a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.

Today's Action

Scott Pruitt's EPA is "seeking public input" on how to make our existing clean water regulations "less burdensome." For more info, check out: https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/office-water-feedback-reducing-regulatory-burden

Step 1

Spend some time considering this question: What does clean water mean to you, and why is this issue important to you?

Or maybe there's a reason more important to you—if so, please share it with us!

Step 2

Give the EPA feedback on why protecting our clean water is vital: https://www.regulations.gov/comment?D=EPA-HQ-OA-2017-0190-0042

Finally, let us know what you said to the EPA!

Bonus Action!

If you have a few extra dollars that you can donate to a worthy organization, please consider giving them to CREW, or Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington. CREW is currently suing for access to White House visitors logs and for potential violations of the Constitution's emoluments clause. A couple bucks their way could go a long way to helping bring our government back from the brink of corruption and kakistocracy. More reporting here: