Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
Tell Congress: Hands off the health protection that EPA is trying to provide! Protect us from methane and ozone emissions now!
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: The home of Dr. Charles & Dee Mahan
Social/Fundraiser hosted by Dr. Charles & Dee Mahan, at their Temple Terrace home, in support of the USF Dean's Lecture and Fourth Annual T. Terrell Sessums Award, co-sponsored by USF College of Public Health and PSR/Florida.
Visit with the author of “HOT, Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth,” Mark Hertsgaard, and the national Executive Director of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), Catherine Thomasson, M.D.
The Award is named in honor of T. Terrell Sessums, Esquire for his years of dedicated public service, strong environmental stewardship, and leadership that has made Tampa Bay and all of Florida a better place in which to live for all of us.
Suggested donation: $50
Congress should ensure that federal agencies enforce laws that protect our water, air quality and public health--not curb the power of those agencies to carry out their mission. Tell your representative you oppose the REINS Act and the Midnight Rule Relief Act of 2017.
Take action now to write a Letter to the Editor of your local newspaper opposing Scott Pruitt's appointment to the EPA.
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