Tell Your Senators to Oppose the REINS Act!
If passed, the REINS Act would require congressional approval of all major rules, potentially endangering the most important safeguards to our health, safety, environment, and economy. Not only would it delay or block public protections and increase industry interference, it's redundant.
You can take action and urge your senators to oppose this dangerous bill!
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