Tell Sen. Tom Coburn to Stop Blocking Wildlife Bills
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Sen. Tom Coburn

Tell Sen. Tom Coburn to Stop Blocking Wildlife Bills

    1. Martin Matheny
    2. Petition by

      Martin Matheny

      Athens, GA

Just before Congress left Washington to go home and campaign, Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) put a personal hold on five important pieces of wildlife legislation, effectively blocking them from a vote.

Coburn's rash actions affect a wide variety of species, including sharks, big cats, wolves, sea otters, and marine mammals - including some threatened species.

Add your voice to the call for Tom Coburn to let his fellow Senators vote on these crucial bills.

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