From Jack Reed <[email protected]>
Subject Coronavirus shouldn't be a cover for pollution
Date May 1, 2020 3:48 PM
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Friend,

First and foremost, I hope this email finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. The spirit of community and the hard work of so many on the frontlines are a powerful reminder of our country's greatness.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect all of us, and, in the midst of this crisis, the Trump administration has decided to roll back environmental rules on air pollution at a time when experts say that our current air quality standards are not strong enough. In the middle of a respiratory pandemic, this is unconscionable.

We cannot accept this. Add your name next to mine now to demand the Trump administration drop the rollbacks and institute stronger clean air protections. [link removed]

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A recent study shows that higher levels of air pollution are linked to worse outcomes for COVID-19. Yet the Trump administration is effectively working to make our air dirtier -- first, by gutting Obama-era limits on car emissions, and now, by refusing to strengthen air quality standards.

At a time like this, protecting Americans' health and well-being should be our number one priority. Strengthening air quality standards would improve health outcomes in countless communities -- yet the Trump administration has refused.

Sign the petition today to demand the Trump administration strengthen our air quality standards.

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Thank you,

Jack Reed

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