Put North Carolina’s Health Before Polluter Profits
  • Petitioning North Carolina State House

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North Carolina State House
North Carolina State Senate

Put North Carolina’s Health Before Polluter Profits

    1. Sponsored by

      League of Conservation Voters

In just over a week North Carolina waterways were contaminated by two hazardous environmental spills—but, despite the clear public health risk, we weren’t told about them until days later. 

We deserve better than this! Not notifying the pubic in a timely manner puts everyone’s health at risk, especially when our waterways are involved. We have a right to know immediately from our state officials and from the polluters themselves when toxic spills happen.

Please sign our petition below demanding that the public be immediately notified when our health and environment are at risk. Don’t miss the chance to speak out for North Carolina to help protect the health of our citizens and waterways.

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    • scottie plyler MOUNT AIRY, NC
      • 4 months ago

      i got hacked be careful folks

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    • Sherrie Shown DOTHAN, AL
      • 6 months ago

      This should be against the law!

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    • john pasqua VALLEY CENTER, CA
      • 6 months ago

      health first.

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    • Rhea Osland LAUREL, IA
      • 6 months ago

      I care about the people of North Carolina. Protect their health!!

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    • Anita Kanitz STUTTGART, GERMANY
      • 6 months ago

      “How can we be so arrogant? The planet is, was, and always will be stronger than us. We can't destroy it; if we overstep the mark, the planet will simply erase us from its surface and carry on existing. Why don't they start talking about not letting the planet destroy us?”

      ― Paulo Coelho, The Winner Stands Alone

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