MAY 15, 2017 FOLLOW UP ACTION: WORKING AMERICA & COMMITTEE FOR GREEN FOOTHILLS
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State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson presented amendments to SB188 (offshore drilling) in response to President Trump’s April 28, 2017 Executive Order that reverses an Obama administration moratorium on oil and gas drilling in federal lands on the Outer Continental Shelf, including beneath the Pacific. The goal is to prohibit the State Lands Commission from approving new pipelines on California’s coastline (three miles out from the shore).
Download a letter to Senator Jackson in support of SB188 and thanking her for such immediate and brave action in response to Trump’s Executive Order.
Address: Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson; State Capitol, Room 2032; Sacramento, CA 95814
Subject: SB188 Support of Senator Jackson’s amendments to SB188
Message: “I support your amendments to SB188.” Other points: 90% of California residents support protecting the California coastline. Residents do not want a repeat of the 2015 spill that resulted in 143,800 gallons of leakage into the Pacific. California’s economy depends on tourism and fishing, and resources would be better invested in renewable energy, not oil from the ocean.