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Archive for June, 2017

SB 5 passes the Senate! What’s still left to do.

Thank you!
SB 5 (park and water bond) has made it out of the Senate! On Tuesday the California Senate voted 31-9 in support of the bill, with a handful of Republicans supporting, sending a very strong and bi-partisan message to the Governor.

Thank you to everyone for all your help reaching out to legislators and partners in support of this bill! SB 5 will now be taken up in the Assembly, and AB 18 (SB 5’s sister bill) will be taken up in the Senate.

Below are sample tweets thanking legislators for their support of SB 5, which will translate into essential investments in parks and community health across the state – please tweet out and share with your networks!

SB 5 Social Media Posts

TY @kdeleon & @CASenateDems for fighting to #PreserveCA w #SB5! @SenHannahBeth @HenrySternCA @BenAllenCA @NancySkinnerCA #OurWater #OurParks

Thank you @Steve_Glazer for voting yes on #SB5 to ensure #Parks #Water #Jobs & #Health for all!

Thank you @AnthonyCannella for working to protect #OurParks #OurWater #OurHealth #OurJobs! #SB5

Thank you @ScottWilkCA for supporting #SB5 to help protect #OurParks #OurWater #OurHealth & #OurJobs!

Thank you @SenJanetNguyen for supporting #SB5 to protect #OurParks #OurWater #OurHealth #OurJobs!

Thank you @SenatorGalgiani for helping to protect #OurParks #OurWater #OurHealth & #OurJobs by voting yes on #SB5!

@TomBerryhill – thank you for standing up for #OurParks #OurWater #OurHealth & #OurJobs by supporting #SB5!


National Monuments
Deadline: July 10

As many of you may have heard, President Trump’s recent Executive Order directed Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to conduct a review of 27 national monuments. Six monuments in California are under review: Berryessa Snow Mountain (2015), Carrizo Plain (2001), Giant Sequoia (2000), Mojave Trails (2016), Sand to Snow (2016), and our very own San Gabriel Mountains (2014).

The public comment period for this executive order is open now and ends July 10.

This is a critical moment to protect our public lands – please share this information with your networks and comment as a private citizen or, if appropriate, as an organization. As of today, over 100,000 comments have been submitted.

Please submit a comment using the link below:

  • Follow this link to the Monuments for All website
  • Input your contact information and personalize the comment section (personalized comments are critical for the final comment tally)
  • Monuments for All is a non-partisan organization that plans to deliver public comments in bulk to provide outside accountability to the public comment process and count