The House of Representatives passed H.R. 2273 by a vote of 267 to 144. By passing the bill, the House decided to put polluter profits above American lives and jobs.
The bill will now go to the Senate, where our Environmental champions will continue the fight. Earthjustice continues to work to protect public health from toxic coal ash. To see if there are other actions that you can take, please visit the Earthjustice Action Center.
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What else can you do?
- The Moapa River Indian Reservation, tribal home of the Moapa Band of Paiutes, sits about 30 miles north of Las Vegas—and about 300 yards from the coal ash ponds and landfills of the Reid Gardner Power Station. If the conditions are just wrong, coal ash picks up from Reid Gardner and moves across the desert like a toxic sandstorm. The film An Ill Wind tells the Paiute Indians' story. Watch the trailer:
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