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Legislative Advocacy Trainings Tonight in Morgantown, Friday in Huntington
Do you know how to speak with your elected officials? Do you want to become a citizen advocate? Join the WV-CAG and our partners for two upcoming free trainings to help you become more involved in the legislative process and learn how to be an effective advocate for the issues important to your community.
WV-CAG is partnering with the ACLU of WV, American Friends Service Committee of WV, Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition, Our Children Our Future, People Concerned About Chemical Safety, Sierra Club West Virginia, West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, West Virginia Environmental Council, West Virginia Healthy Kids and Families Coalition, West Virginia Justice For Families, and WV FREE to provide these free trainings.
Snacks, drinks, and materials will be provided.
A year ago on January 9, many of us woke and wondered what was in the air that could be causing a strange licorice-like odor? Later, we learned that it was not only our air, but our water, that had been contaminated here in Charleston, and in eight other neighboring counties. Although a comprehensive bill (SB 373) relating to water resources protection was introduced and passed in response to the Elk River chemical leak, there is much that still needs to be done to improve our water system locally and to improve water protections and water quality around the state. There are several opportunities this month to learn more about water policy and how you can become involved in the statewide movement for clean water.
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