From the Inbox - Obama Guts Ozone pollution regulations

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Tell President Obama to stop being a champion for corporate polluters

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Send the President a letter right now and let him know that you are holding him accountable for his decision not to enforce ozone pollution protections that would save 12,000 American lives.

Corporate polluters don't have to worry about dismantling the Clean Air Act, President Obama is doing it for them.



As Americans prepare for the holiday weekend, President Obama has announced that he doesn’t plan on enforcing a law that would have prevented 12,000 deaths every year by protecting Americans from ozone pollution.



The President, along with Big Oil and the other corporate polluters whose interest he is serving with this decision, are hoping you won’t notice.



Too bad. We’re paying attention and the President needs to know that putting thousands of American lives needlessly at risk is a serious political miscalculation. Send the President a letter right now and let him know that you are holding him accountable for his decision not to enforce ozone pollution protections that would save 12,000 American lives.



On the campaign trail the President talked a lot about holding corporations accountable. This decision today is the opposite of that. He’s actually doing their dirty work for them. And as a result all of us are going to suffer.



If we allow this decision to stand it paves the way for the President to continue to gut our environmental protections without any consequences. Whether it is the Keystone XL Pipeline from the tar sands in Canada or continuing to let polluters off the hook.



It has to stop now. Send your message to the President today.



It is not too late. A swift and massive outcry from everyday Americans like you and I can convince the President to change his mind and choose the health of the people over the bottom line of the nation’s polluting industry.



Sincerely,



Philip Radford

Greenpeace Executive Director

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