To Our Legislators, With Thanks

2016-02-15-greenfield-berkshire-gas-march-bridge-to-nowhereTwo weeks ago you called your legislators in Boston about the Berkshire Gas moratorium. This past week, Senator Rosenberg and our Western Mass State Representatives submitted a Legislators Initial Brief referencing demand response and alternatives to the oversized build out of infrastructure Berkshire Gas has proposed.

It’s just as important to thank our legislators for their actions as it is to ask them to act. So that’s your Monday Action this week – to give our state legislators some love.

You can use the text below for talking points when you call or copy-and-paste if you choose to email. Personalizing your message makes it count a lot more.


Dear Senator Rosenberg and Representatives,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the gravest threat facing us all and future generations depend on us to halt it. We need to get 100% of our energy from clean sources like solar and wind. We need to keep fossil fuels in the ground – including natural gas.

Thank you for your efforts with respect to the Berkshire Gas moratorium.  I appreciate your statement to MassLive that, “The Hampshire and Franklin County delegation has always supported a pathway to a clean, green energy future for Massachusetts.”  I am glad that you, as a delegation, have made clear to Berkshire Gas that it is simply unacceptable to hold the Valley hostage with their contrived moratorium so that the company can garner support for a massive overbuild of fossil fuel infrastructure.

Please stand firm in pushing for a targeted resolution of the moratorium that incorporates aggressive demand management strategies.  Our children need your bold leadership to achieve that green energy future as soon as possible.

Thank you for serving our community and especially for your work on behalf of all our children and grandchildren whose future will depend on taking immediate action now to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels.

Sincerely,
YOUR NAME
YOUR ADDRESS
With Mothers Out Front


Contact:
Senator Stan Rosenberg
Call: (617) 722-1500
Email: Stan.Rosenberg@masenate.gov

Representative Solomon Goldstein-Rose
To call: 617-722-2425
Email: Solomon.Goldstein-Rose@mahouse.gov

Look up contact info for your State Representative here.

You did it, thank you! See you next Monday.


In Person Events:

  • Friday 5/5 4:30-6pm Community Choice Aggregation 2.0 in Amherst. Contact amherstamr at gmail dot com.
  • Sunday 5/7 4:30-6pm Northampton MOF weekly meeting. Smith College Student Center. Contact info.ma.pioneervalley@mothersoutfront.org
  • Monday 5/8 4:30-6pm 100% Renewable Amherst. Contact amherstamr at gmail dot com.
  • Tuesday 5/9 6:15 MOF House Party in Leverett. RSVP and questions to info.ma.pioneervalley@mothersoutfront.org.
  • Monday 5/15, 6:00-8:00, Amherst Mothers Out Front monthly meeting. Light dinner served. All welcome, including children. RSVP Madeleine greenzinnia at hotmail dot com. We meet every 3rd Monday, same time/same place.
  • Sun. 5/21 1:30 MOF House Party in Amherst. RSVP and questions to ellentmiddleton at gmail dot com.
  • Monday 5/22, 7:00pm-9:00pm, Climate Action Now meeting. 6pm 100% Renewable Communities Pre-Meeting at the Unitarian Society of Amherst, 121 N. Pleasant St.

Keep up with other actions for resisting and protecting our communities and climate by following 413 Staying Connected for Action.


Thank you for doing Monday Actions.

See and follow all actions to date on the Monday Action BLOG

Onward!
Your Monday Action Team

The Car of the Future is Electric

Monday Action for the week of 3/13/17:

In a forgotten corner of the Massachusetts state bureaucracy, the Board of Building Regulations and Standards is deciding regulations that could speed or slow our progress toward a clean energy future for the coming generations.

All that’s needed is for the Board to require a few parking spaces at new buildings to be wired for electric vehicles. So far they’ve chosen not to. So this week, we’re calling State Senators and urging them to sign on to support the infrastructure we need for electric vehicles to become the norm.

The text below is a guide for your call or ideas for writing in a postcard. Or, if you’re just starting to flex your civic muscles or just having that kind of week, you can cut and paste, with some personalizing, from the text below. Contact information below.


Dear Senator Rosenberg,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. I’m a mom [dad, grandma, uncle, friend, or whatever you are] of children who [tell him about those amazing kids]. I want to give all children a livable future that is powered by 100% renewable energy.

Right now the Board of Building Regulations and Standards could help grow the electric vehicle industry or create roadblocks like other states.

Please sign the letter Rep. Jonathan Hecht has written in support of electric vehicle infrastructure in the updated building regulations.

Senator, we’re counting on you to be bold in fighting climate change and promoting clean transportation for the health and safety of all our children.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME

YOUR ADDRESS

With Mothers Out Front


Contact: 

Senator Stan Rosenberg

Call: (617) 722-1500

Email: Stan.Rosenberg@masenate.gov

Write a letter:

Massachusetts State House

24 Beacon Street, Room 332

Boston, MA  02133

Not your State Senator? Find yours here.


You did it!

Thanks for being the change you want to see.

See you next Monday!


Want info on how to afford an electric car? MassEnergy has struck a deal for discounts on EVs that might interest you. They’re a nonprofit that provides green electricity to homes and communities, too. See events below to learn more about their Community Choice Aggregation.


If you would like to take a bus from Northampton to DC for the Climate March April 29th, let CAN know ASAP so they can reserve the number of buses needed: gotoclimatemarch.org


In Person Events:

  • TONIGHT! Monday, 3/13, 7:00pm, Climate Action Now (CAN) Legislative Committee meeting, Unitarian Society of Amherst, 121 N. Pleasant St. Reports from local 100% Renewable campaigns during part of the meeting.

  • Wednesday, 3/15, 7:00pm, 100% Renewable Amherst Meeting on Commercial Buildings, location tbd, if the snow has subsided. Contact Jennifer at jratlee@gmail.com.

  • POSTPONED: Tour of Hitchcock Center’s Living Building, is not taking place 3/18. We’re rescheduling for 4/15, 11:00am-1:00pm.

  • Sunday, 3/19, 4:30-6:00pm, Northampton MOF Weekly Meeting, at the Smith College Student Center. Join us every Sunday, same time, same place! Contact Paula at paula.homestaysusa@gmail.com

  • Saturday, 3/19, 7:00pm-8:30pm, 100% Renewable Amherst Meeting about Town Buildings. Contact Andra at amherstamr@gmail.com.

  • Saturday-Sunday, 3/18-19, Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Northeast Regional Conference, at UMass. Learn about carbon pricing, how to talk about climate with peers, at hearings, when lobbying. For info click here.

  • Monday, 3/20, 6pm-8pm, Amherst Mothers Out Front Monthly Meeting, Celebrate our 3 Year Anniversary! RSVP Madeleine at greenzinnia@hotmail.com

  • Wednesday, 3/22, 12:00pm, MassEnergy presentation on Community Choice Aggregation, Town Hall.

  • Wednesday, 3/22, 7:00pm, 100% Renewable Amherst General Meeting, location tbd. Contact Andra at amherstamr@gmail.com.

  • Sunday, 3/26, 2:00-4:15pm, Amherst MOF House Party. Join with other concerned people at this introduction to Mothers Out Front. RSVP ellentmiddleton@gmail.com.

  • Sunday, 3/26, Paul Fenn of Local Power presents Community Choice Aggregation 2.0, at Pelham Community Hall at 2:00pm, and in Amherst at 7:00pm, location tbd.

  • Monday, 3/27, 7pm-9pm, Climate Action Now Meeting, with short presentation by Paul Fenn, of Local Power, and break out session for 100% Renewable campaigns in the Legislative Committee, at Unitarian Society of Amherst 121 N. Pleasant St.

  • Monday, 3/27, 7pm, JCA/MOF Climate Team Meeting, location tbd, contact Barbara at bpgoldstein52@gmail.com.

  • Wednesday, 3/29, 6:30pm-8:30pm, What Kind of Community Choice Aggregation do We Want? Conversation with Larry Chretien of MassEnergy and Paul Fenn of Local Power, location tbd. For info contact Darcy at dumint140@gmail.com


Keep up with other actions for resisting and protecting our communities and climate by following 413 Staying Connected for Action.


Thank you for doing Monday Actions.

See and follow all actions to date on the Monday Action BLOG

Onward!

Your Monday Action Team, Mothers Out Front Pioneer Valley

Yes, Senator, We Want a Price on Carbon

cropped-i-care-deeply.jpgMonday Action for the week of 1/9/16: Thank State Senate President Stan Rosenberg for making a price on carbon a priority. @SenStan

Not your state senator? Call Senator Rosenberg, but also encourage Your Senator to put a price on carbon. Your elected officials must know you ask this. Give them courage: Your vote is their currency.


Dear Senator Rosenberg,

I am urgently concerned about climate change: It is immoral to leave all children from now forward with an irreparable climate. We will not stand by while a small group of individuals reap huge short-term benefits from pushing us all past the point of no return on climate. We say enough, and need you to act now – decisively, courageously, and with great speed.

Congratulations on your unanimous re-election as State Senate President. Your support of carbon pricing gives me great hope. This is indeed the driver we need in times of climate crisis.

Thank you for protecting us and future generations. I look forward to your success and look forward to supporting you in this.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN/CITY
With Mothers Out Front


State Senator Stan Rosenberg
To call: (617) 722-1500
To email
To write a letter:
State House Office
24 Beacon Street, Room 332,
Boston, MA 02133

It’s really important that you bring this home to legislators across the state by asking a friend in another zip code to do what you just did! You or your friend can enter an address and look up State Senators HERE: http://openstates.org/


Upcoming In-Person Events:

Monday 1/16 6:00-8:00pm – Amherst MOF Monthly Meeting. Light dinner served. All welcome, including children. RSVP Madeleine greenzinnia@hotmail.com. We are not meeting as usual on the 3rd Monday in February. Next monthly meeting after 1/16 will be March 20th.

Monday, 1/23, 7:00-9:00pm, Climate Action Now (CAN) meeting, Unitarian Society of Amherst, 121 N. Pleasant St. Monthly meeting of the regional climate activists organization.

Wednesday, 1/25, Climate Lobby Day, State House. Organized by the climate coalition Mass Power Forward to encourage our legislators to cosponsor bills we support. Contact Andra if interested, amherstamr@gmail.com.
Saturday, 1/28, 3:00-5:00pm, Climate Action in a Time of Political Crisis, First Churches, Northampton. CAN, MOF and many other organizations are putting together this forum with legislators, climate experts, activists, and YOU!

Sunday, 1/29, 1:00-3:00pm, Amherst MOF Green Building meeting, location TBD. Help get your community on track to 100% Renewable Energy.

Thursday 2/2, 7:00-8:30pm, For the Love of Earth and Children: Take Action, Jones Library, Amherst. Amherst MOF is leading a workshop as part of the library’s On the Same Page programs about The 6th Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert.


Thanks for all you do. Onward!
Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join us in person and online.

In collaboration,

MOF Pioneer Valley Organizing Team

We Go High, Senator

12/5/16 Monday Action:
When they go low, we go high. Tell your State Senator that more is riding on Massachusetts taking the high road toward a renewable energy future than ever before. We need to go into high gear growing our green economy.

As we celebrate the Water Protectors’ success in persuading Obama to reconsider the permit for the route of the Dakota Access Pipeline, we also know that we have much work ahead to phase out the use of fossil fuels.

The natural gas industry knows it’s running out of time. That’s why there’s a mad rush to put in new pipelines to meet the supposed increasing demand for energy. But they haven’t fixed the thousands of leaks across the state which means dangerous methane is escaping, accelerating the climate crisis, hurting our health and wasting our money.

The cost to our children’s health and the actual cost to ratepayers (almost a billion dollars each year just in the Boston area) cannot continue. See below to join a social media outcry on Saturday 12/10 to call attention to the leaks in your area.

Find the gas leak that matters most to you on this HEET leaks map. Click on the marker to see the address and use it in the talking points below where it says THESE LEAKS. Or copy and paste and mention the address of “your” gas leak in your email.
Please note: Calls and letters really count more on the state level. So if you can today, grab a postcard or reach for the phone.

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Dear Senator Rosenberg,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. I know you are making a difference through your leadership opposing the pipeline tax and supporting renewables, conservation and energy efficiency. Please make sure the bills that you and other legislators introduce for the next session will:

1. Halt the building or expanding of natural gas infrastructure.
Instead of making consumers pay for new pipelines, make the gas companies pay to fix THESE LEAKS in the old ones.
2. Expand programs for conservation and energy efficiency.
  We’re national leaders in energy efficiency here in MA, but THESE LEAKS are creating as much climate warming emissions as we’ve saved with all the energy efficiency programs so far.
3. Speed our complete and rapid transition to 100% renewable energy.
We need to build the renewable energy infrastructure NOW.

Thank you for protecting us and future generations.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN/CITY
With Mothers Out Front
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Contact info (or HERE: http://openstates.org/):
State Senator Stan Rosenberg
To call: (617) 722-1500
To email
To write a letter:
State House Office
24 Beacon Street, Room 332,
Boston, MA 02133

It’s really important that you bring this home to legislators all across the state by asking a friend in another zip code to do what you just did! You or your friend can enter an address and look up State Senators and State Representatives HERE: http://openstates.org/
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Timely Action Extras:
Mothers Out Front is calling attention to the gas leaks across the state by taking pictures of our families where leaks are in our towns and cities. Hold a sign that asks whether that leak is a super emitter (gas companies aren’t required to measure the volume of leaks!). Take your pictures ahead of time, but wait until Saturday 12/10, to post and tweet pictures to create a social media storm. Include your town, use the hashtag #FixTheLeaks and tag your gas company in your tweets and posts. For Berkshire Gas, use @AVANGRID, and also mention BG. If you’re in Columbia Gas territory please don’t target them because they are working closely with us. You can still share and retweet photos from other communities to contribute to the storm! On Saturday, check out our Facebook page and Twitter @MOFpv and please share and retweet all day! For more info contact amherstamr at gmail dot com.

Want to learn how to use Twitter or Facebook for getting attention to climate? We’re offering online seminars. If you’re curious, contact Andra: amherstamr at gmail dot com.

Support the Boston Gas Leaks Ordinance. This will be a model that towns and cities can replicate across the state to mandate strong local requirements for fixing leaks. Click here to sign the petition.

Tell Governor Baker we want a Carbon Fee and Rebate! A comment page is available for the next 10 days. For more information on what to say and why, go to http://climateactionnowma.org/carbonpollutionfeecomments/


Upcoming In-Person Events:

TODAY!!!! Walk & Water Ceremony to Stand With Standing Rock and Defund DAPLMonday, Dec 5th, 2016. 12pm – 1:30pm. Amherst, MA. Yes, it’s still on! We still have to pressure the banks to divest from pipeline projects and the DAPL is only being rerouted, not stopped. Meet at the North Common and march down N. Pleasant St to the TD Bank branch in Amherst. Wear blue, bring a small offering for the ceremony, find a friend with a TD Bank account who will close their account as part of the action.

Climate Solutions 101: Sunday, Dec 18, 10-11:30 in Amherst, MA. MOF explains it all! Come learn everything you always wanted to know about the climate emergency and the solutions we’re pushing for. Don’t be afraid to ask; there’s no such thing as a stupid question. Newbies especially welcome. RSVP to amherstamr at gmail dot com.

Mothers Out Front Community Meeting: Monday, Dec 19. 6:00-8:00pm in Amherst, MA: Learn about how we can get to 100% renewable energy by 2030 across our state. We will have time to mingle and snack. Children welcome.

RSVP to greenzinnia at hotmail dot com

Amherst Mothers Out Front House Party: Jan 8, 2:00 – 4:15 pm in Amherst, MA

Please join us for an empowering and engaging presentation and discussion party with Mothers Out Front on how to protect all of our children and the children of future generations. There is urgency, but there is also hope.
RSVP to ellentmiddleton at gmail dot com. Feel free to bring an interested friend or neighbor. Child care is available (please let us know by 1/4 if you need care).

Thanks for all you do. Onward!
Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join us in person and online.

In collaboration,

MOF Pioneer Valley Organizing Team

Stan, say it’s not so.

Monday Action for the week of 9/19/16: Yikes. We thought you got it, Stan! Set the MA State Senate President straight and tell him not to believe the glossy brochure.

Use the information in the sample letter below for calling your State Senator or to copy and paste the text of the letter into your own email or letter.
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Dear State Senate President Rosenberg,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the gravest threat facing us all and future generations depend on us to halt it.

I am very concerned that your recent statement in the latest Rosenberg Report about the Berkshire Gas moratorium (“Promoting the use of natural gas as an environmentally attractive fuel is the only viable long-term solution to increase new sources of gas supply to meet the growing needs of our communities.” )

Were you saying that natural gas is environmentally attractive, or that the only way to expand the use of natural gas in our communities is to promote it as if it were environmentally attractive? When full lifecycle impacts are taken into account, natural gas has no greenhouse gas benefit over coal.

Natural gas is mostly methane, a greenhouse gas 86 times more powerful than CO2 over a 20-year timeframe.

Focusing on expanding our natural gas infrastructure and use is a recipe for disaster.Please stand up for the climate and push Berkshire Gas for serious energy efficiency measures, such as fixing the leaks (see the map of gas leaks here) and more broadly, please take further steps to improve energy efficiency incentives and to jumpstart the renewable energy storage industry in Massachusetts. Thank you.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME

YOUR TOWN AND STATE

With Mothers Out Front

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SOURCES: (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Anthropogenic and Natural Radiative Forcing inClimate Change 2013: The physical science basis, Table 8.7, p. 714 available here).  Recent studies show that,when full lifecycle impacts are taken into account, natural gas has no greenhouse gas benefit over coal. (See e.g., Robert W. Howarth, “Methane emissions and climatic warming risk from hydraulic fracturing and shale gas development: implications for policy,” available here).

Contact: State Senator Stan Rosenberg
To call: (617) 722-1500
To email
To write a letter:
State House Office
24 Beacon Street, Room 332,
Boston, MA 02133

Not your Rep? Look up yours here


* Curious about the Moratorium? Masslive has this great article:
http://www.masslive.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/07/rosenberg_kulik_and_mark_push.html

Well done! See you next week.
And remember, friends don’t let friends ignore climate change. Forward Monday Actions today.


In Person:
9/19
You are invited to the Mothers Out Front monthly meeting: Monday, Sept 19th from 6pm to 8pm in North Amherst. We’ll focus on writing about climate change from our hearts plus our community goals for 2017. All are welcome. Please RSVP to get the address and if you’re bringing children.Contact Greenzinnia at hotmail dot com. Light meal provided, bring something if it’s easy.

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Thanks for all you do. Onward!
Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join us in person and online. You can get Monday Actions by following our Monday Action blog.

In collaboration,
Your Community Organizing Team
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley

http://www.mothersoutfront.org/amherst_community_team

Smart Power in MA

Monday Action 8/29/16: Help our State to Ask Smart Energy Questions To Prevent Wrong Infrastructure Build-Up.

Use the information in the sample letter below for calling your State Senator or Representative or to copy and paste the text of the letter into your own email or letter to your Senator or Rep. See the contact info below.


Dear Senator Rosenberg and Representative Story,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the gravest threat facing us all and future generations depend on us to halt it. Therefore I oppose all new fossil fuel infrastructure and need a fair price on carbon.

Thank you for filing together with your colleagues as intervenors in Berkshire Gas’ proceeding at the DPU.

I am very concerned that energy companies including Berkshire Gas are still trying to create market conditions that they can use to justify new interstate pipeline projects.  I therefore urge you to engage an expert in this proceeding to present a plan to meet the region’s energy needs through energy efficiency, demand management, and fixing the leaks. An expert can offer solutions that the gas company will not put forward on its own.

Please take this opportunity to show that there is a better way forward for our communities and our children, than perpetually expanding fossil fuel infrastructure, locking us into fossil fuels for the foreseeable future.
Sincerely,

YOUR NAME

YOUR TOWN

With Mothers Out Front

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Contact: State Senator Stan Rosenberg
To call: (617) 722-1500
To email
To write a letter:
State House Office
24 Beacon Street, Room 332,
Boston, MA 02133

It’s key to also send this message to your Representative, Ellen Story:

Ellen.Story@mahouse.gov
State House
Room 277
Boston, MA 02133

Phone: 617-722-2012

Not your Rep or Senator? Look up yours here


* Curious about the Berkshire Gas Moratorium? Masslive has this great article:
http://www.masslive.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/07/rosenberg_kulik_and_mark_push.html

Well done! See you next week.

And remember, friends don’t let friends ignore climate change. Forward Monday Actions today.


In Person:
8/30 The DPU Hearing is 7:00pm Tuesday, 8/30 at the Greenfield Middle School – we hope that everyone available will show up and if you wish, comment!

8/29 TODAY: Community Forum on Climate with the candidates for State Rep for Amherst, Pelham and Granby District 1.
Monday August 29 7-9pm at the UU in Amherst, 121 N. Pleasant St.
If you haven’t heard all the candidates speak in person, this is the last chance before theSeptember 8th (that’s a Thursday!) election.
Sponsored by the green committees of local churches and Climate Action Now.

9/11 Mothers Out Front House Party: Sunday, September 11, 4-6:15 pm in South Amherst, MA
Please join us for an empowering and engaging presentation and discussion party with Mothers Out Front. We have a short but real window of opportunity to protect all of our children and the children of future generations. There is urgency, but there is also hope. For directions and if you need childcare RSVP to alisapearson at hotmail dot com

YOU WILL LEARN TO:
—Support and inspire one another.
—Find a role, if you wish, in our Gas Leaks campaign.
—Act on our inspirations and strengthen our “civic muscles” as we find ways to help our planet.

Feel free to bring an interested friend or neighbor. Child care is available (please let us know by 9/6 if you need care).

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Thanks for all you do. Onward!
Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join us in person and online.

In collaboration,
Your Community Organizing Team
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley

http://www.mothersoutfront.org/amherst_community_team

Thursday is Vote on MA Senate’s Omnibus Bill

June 27, 2016

Today’s Monday Action: Senators, amend the Omnibus Energy Bill NOW!

Massachusetts’ energy future is being discussed in the Senate NOW. Can you call or write your state Senator by Thursday? Last Friday, lawmakers in the Massachusetts Senate released its version of the “omnibus” energy bill, S2372. The good news is that S2372 does even more to promote clean energy than the House bill that passed a couple of weeks ago. But the Senate bill neither addresses the thousands of leaks in our natural gas pipelines, nor does it prohibit making consumers pay for unnecessary new gas infrastructure or improve the entirely unnecessary solar bottleneck in MA.

There is time to further improve the bill before the Senate votes on Thursday. Contact your Senator by Thursday noon (contact info for your Senator is here)! Here’s a script you can use when you call, or you can cut and paste into an email if you write:
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Dear Senator Rosenberg,
I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the gravest threat facing us all and future generations depend on us to halt it. Therefore I oppose all new fossil fuel infrastructure and want a fair price on carbon.

My name is _______ from TOWN. I’m happy that S2372 is strong on clean energy! I’d like to ask you to support or co-sponsor the following amendments to the bill:

1. Senator Eldridge’s amendment to require utilities, rather than ratepayers like me, to pay for natural gas that’s lost through leaks or unaccounted for, and to add provisions for worker safety.

2. Senator Jehlen’s amendment that prohibits the utilities from charging electricity customers, like me, for the construction of new gas pipelines.

3. Senator Eldridge’s 3 solar amendments to address the regressive nature of H4173 and to support and encourage the purchase electric vehicles by the state and by consumers.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN AND STATE
With Mothers Out Front

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Contact: State Senator Stan Rosenberg
To call: (617) 722-1500
To email, copy and paste the letter above into your email message. Personalize your message if you can.
To write a letter:
State House Office
24 Beacon Street, Room 332,
Boston, MA 02133

Not your State Senator? Look up your senator here

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Well done! See you next week.
And remember, friends don’t let friends ignore climate change. Forward Monday Actions today. For those too shy to call or write share this Environment America petition to prevent the CT pipeline expansion through Otis, MA.
If you reach out to your Senator, thank you, & let us know! Read below for more information about the bill. More information here from our friends at MassEnergy consumer’s alliance and SolarIsWorking.


Please contact your Senator before Thursday at noon and take a stance against the threat of climate change. We appreciate you taking the time to take action!
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Thanks for all you do. Onward!