Save The EPA Town Hall

Congressman Frelinghuysen won’t hold a town meeting so we will. On October 24th, we’re hosting a forum to discuss his terrible environmental record. This includes budget cuts to agencies such as the EPA, DOI, and NOAA. We need you to come out to learn Congressman Frelinghuysen is playing a role in threatening our environment. As the House Appropriations Chair, Frelinghuysen had the power to block cutbacks to the EPA and other important environmental programs. Instead of working for his constituents, he has sided with corporate polluters over our public health and safety and moved forward with his anti-environmental budget.

Congressman Frelinghuysen helped pass through his budget in the House with a devastating 10% cut to the EPA. These cuts are just the beginning, however; because the Senate can add more from President Trump’s budget, which includes EPA cuts of 31%. It also cut back funding from the Department of Interior that helps protect our public lands and national parks as well as funding for clean water, climate change and clean energy programs. This would have catastrophic impacts to New Jersey because it will target our air and water with more pollution. We must educate ourselves on these budget cuts and work together to protect the EPA from the Trump Administration.

WHAT: Environmental Forum on Frelinghuysen’s record with speakers including NJ Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel, Matt Smith from NJ Food and Water Watch, and Harriet Shugarman from Climate Mama, and more.

WHEN: Tuesday, October 24th 7:00 to 9:00 pm

WHERE: Center for Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS) Building Room 120, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ

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October 24, 2017 at 7:00pm - 9pm
Center for Environmental and Life Sciences
Montclair State University
Building Room 120
Montclair, NJ 07043
United States
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