1,000 Endorsements For Energy Innovation Act

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4d1009b4a91afb84cdc02081f8475d14-huge-suEndorsements for the Energy Innovation Act help members of Congress see the strong support in their districts for this legislation.

As of Sept. 10, there are more than 1,000 endorsements for H.R.763 from prominent community leaders posted to the Energy Innovation Act website. This includes 300 from prominent individuals, 415 from businesses, and 75 from faith groups.

In addition to the amazing work of CCL volunteers, several of CCL's online Action Teams were instrumental in securing these endorsements. For example, Business Climate Leaders worked with companies, Outdoor Industry with ski resorts, and Higher Education with universities.

Endorsements for the Energy Innovation Act are paperless, submitted at the mobile-friendly, self-service endorsement web page. Upon validation, these are listed...

The most prominent endorsements submitted are also listed on the "Supporters" page on the bill’s website.

Special thanks to the volunteer CCL Endorsement Admin team and CCL HQ staff for validating and posting endorsements for H.R.763.
 

Posted by Steve Valk on Sep 11, 2019 1:37 PM America/Los_Angeles

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