Henry Waxman responds:

Henry Waxman

Thank you for contacting me to express your support for the gray wolf. I appreciate knowing we share the same view.

As you know, the gray wolf was one of the first species covered under the Endangered Species Protection Act (ESA) of 1966. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is currently conducting a status review of the gray wolf, and I have joined with other concerned Members of Congress to urge that ESA protections remain in effect for the gray wolf in the lower forty-eight states to allow them to recover in every part of the country. For more, please visit http://waxman.house.gov/Rep-Waxman-sends-Letter-to-the-Director-of-the-Fish-and-Wildlife-Services-to-Extend-Protections-for-the-Gray-Wolf. You can count on me to keep our shared concern in mind as Congress continues to evaluate protections for wildlife.

From clean air and water to the preservation of our public lands and wildlife, I have spent my career in Congress working for the strongest possible environmental protections. To learn more about my work in Congress, please follow me on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Rep.HenryWaxman or Twitter at www.twitter.com/WaxmanClimate.

Again, thank you for contacting me and I hope you will continue to keep in touch on issues of concern.


Posted on November 06, 2013
Discussion
  • Paula Baker KENT, ENG
    • over 1 year ago

    Thank you for all you are doing please the wolves need protecting theyare a great asset to America

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    • over 1 year ago

    Thank you very much for your reply sir. I really don't understand why people kill these animals. None of them has asked to be born and still every day they are suffering for their lifes....

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  • John Pender CO.DUBLIN
    • over 1 year ago

    Thank you for the prompt reply ,these wonderful animals need all the help that they can get.

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  • Lorene Brubaker TORRANCE, CA
    • over 1 year ago

    Thank you Mr. Waxman. We need more Congress members like you and those that signed the letter that truly understand the need for wolf recovery. Now if only the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would see through all the smoke and mirrors, the wolf just might have a fighting change.

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  • Bodil Ribel GLOSTRUP, DENMARK
    • over 1 year ago

    Thank you very much for your comment and your continued concern and fight for our wildlife

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