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Attacking Clean Water: Alabama's Congressional Delegation in Action

As you may know, all but one of Alabama Congressional Representatives (Terri Sewell, Dist. 7 was the exception) voted with the majority of the U.S. House of Representatives last week to severely reduce the effectiveness of the 40 year old Clean Water Act, by passing H.R. 2018, which would enable the 50 states to create and enforce their own rules concerning water quality.

TAKE ACTION:  Contact Congressional Representative and express your feelings about the vote on this bill (H.R. 2018).

Name                                                                                          DC Phone                DC Fax                      Contact Form

Representative Jo Bonner (R - 01)


202-225-0562 …

Representative Martha Roby (R - 02)



Representative Mike Rogers (R - 03)



Representative Robert B. Aderholt (R - 04)


202-225-5587 …

Representative Mo Brooks (R - 05)



Representative Spencer Bachus (R - 06)



Representative Terri A. Sewell (D - 07)



As you know, they all have offices in their Alabama Congressional Districts.  Clicking on a name above should reveal more contact information.

Additional information on the bill (H.R. 2018) is at:
[Link supplied by Environmental Attorney David Ludder.]

You can also visit the official website of the Library of Congress at: and search by the bill number (H.R. 2018).

Finally, click the link below to read "H.R. 2018 Would Undermine the Clean Water Act and Should Provoke Backlash," by Sherwood Boehlert, former Republican Congressman from upstate New York, in The Huffington Post of July 13, 2011.
[Article supplied by Choctawhatchee Riverkeeper Michael W. Mullen.]

(from David Newton)