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Texas PSR's Monthly Newsletters
The December Newsletter focuses on sending Holiday Greetings and Thanks to our members and supporters, a summary of our 2013 achievements, and several ways members can be active over the Holidays.
The November Newsletter focuses on outreach for the EPA Listening Session in Dallas, TX, and why this is a great opportunity for advocates, Texas PSR's support of DCMS’s petition to TCEQ to strengthen standards for existing coal-fired power plants, upcoming Webinars and events.
TECQ Commissioners Meeting, and EPA Listening Sessions
The October Newsletter focuses on our 10th Anniversary Party on November 9th, the new EPA Carbon Pollution Standards, DCMS’s petition to TCEQ to strengthen standards for existing coal-fired power plants, coal’s effects on human health, a map created by Texas PSR of the coal-fired plant locations and the dirties coal plant rankings, antibiotics in meat editorial, news articles and upcoming events.
The August/September Newsletter focuses on letting members and partners know about Austin PSR’s name change to Texas PSR, a press conference praising the President’s Climate Action Plan, Dallas County Medical Associations petition to TCEQ to reduce coal emissions in Northeast Texas, the crisis in Syria, current training opportunities and news articles and upcoming events.
This month's Austin PSR (July) newsletter focuses on efforts to raise awareness about coal pollution, air quality issues, and climate change. In addition we've provided and update on our fundraising efforts, and links to training resources and current news.
This month's Austin PSR (June) newsletter focuses on raising funds for retiring coal-fired power generation plants, recognizing our generous donors, a letter to the editor about the CPRIT scandal, Dr. Tresters lecture on the hazards of coal, a legislative session wrapup and upcoming events.
This month's Austin PSR (May) newsletter focuses on raising funds for retiring coal-fired power generation plants, Earth Day, the movie "Promise Land," and upcoming events.
This month's Austin PSR (April) newsletter focuses on the 2013 Earth Day Celebration in Austin, a recent Rally for Gun Sense, Austin PSR's policy statement on public health and safety pertaining to firearms, an open letter to Governor Rick Perry asking to expand Medicaid for Texans, and a welcome to new members and donors.
This month's Austin PSR (March) newsletter focuses on events the 83rd Texas Texas legislature and the upcoming Lobby Days of our partner organizations, the Alliance for a Clean Texas and the Texas Women's Healthcare Coalition on Wednesday, March 20th.
This month's Austin PSR (February) newsletter contains articles on the 83rd Texas Texas legislature, APSR's advocacy activities, lots of important events, and current news articles.
This month's Austin PSR Newsletter contains articles on APSR's 10th anniversary, 2012 accomplishments, information about the 83rd Texas Texas legislature, the new APSR Texas Advocacy Project website (www.texaspsr.wordpress.com), upcoming events, and current news articles on key advocacy issues.