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Letter to ALEC Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force Members About Withdrawing Resolution on Endangerment Finding

December 6, 2017

The below message has been shared with the EEA Task Force co-chairs by the Endangerment Finding Draft Model Policy sponsor. It is being shared with the full EEA Task Force as a courtesy.

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Dear EEA Task Force Members,

The below message has been shared with the EEA Task Force co-chairs by the Endangerment Finding Draft Model Policy sponsor. It is being shared with the full EEA Task Force as a courtesy.

 

Dear EEA Co-Chairs:

We want to first thank ALEC for the opportunity to present and debate the merits of a resolution calling for the review of the EPA's Endagerment Findings. It is an important policy debate on government regulation and our freedoms.

ALEC is noted as an organization that allows for the free flow of ideas and open discussion of its principles of limited government, free markets and federalism. 

We appreciate the opportunity to continue to work on issues that aid in the education of state legislators.

The final decision on this issue will be made by the Trump Administration. So, at this time, we respectfully withdraw the resolution.

Sincerely,

Representative John Piscopo, CT
Bette Grande, The Heartland Institut
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Bette Grande is a research fellow for energy and pension issues at The Heartland Institute. Prior to coming to Heartland, she served as a North Dakota state representative from 1996–2014, representing the 41st district.
governmentrelations@heartland.org @BetteGrande