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Take 60 Seconds And Tell Congress You Want Action!

Question: What is the single most dangerous common threat to agriculture, coal, oil & gas, mining, timber, utilities, manufacturing, transportation, construction, property owners, outdoor recreation and species conservation in America today?

Answer: The Endangered Species Act (ESA).

Solution: Repeal, modernize, reform, fix and/or repair this law right now!

The current ESA kills jobs, increases our reliance on foreign energy, discourages innovative conservation, and even makes training our men and women in uniform harder and more costly.

The good news is that ESA reform legislation is now moving in the Congress.  A strong bill passed the U.S. House last Fall.  Legislation in the Senate is about to be introduced and voted upon.

But nothing will happen unless Congress hears from millions of Americans -- like you -- right now.

It only takes 60 seconds.  Here's how.

Choose one of the action links below that best aligns with your views.  We'll provide you with a pre-drafted letter (which you can edit) that will go to every single Member of the U.S. Senate.  Your single letter will be instantly multiplied in power by 100.

    -- Repeal the Endangered Species Act

    -- Reform the Endangered Act to Better Protect Private Property

    -- Fix the Act To Allow It To Better Recovery Species

    -- Stop Abuses Of The Act's Critical Habitat Process

    -- Get Moving On ESA Reform

If you want to get involved in the national ESA reform campaign in your neighborhood, go here and sign up for whatever activities you like: http://www.partnershipforamerica.org/ESA/grassroots_team.asp

Thank you in advance for your help!

Jim Sims
Partnership for America

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