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Action Alert

Protect California’s Wildlife, AB 1788, the California Ecosystems Protection Act

THIS ACTION IS CLOSED.

THIS ACTION IS CLOSED.

Californians – We need your help getting an important bill, AB 1788, the California Ecosystems Protection Act, over the next hurdle – the Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee. Last week, the bill passed its first committee, but your voice is needed to make this bill law.

Make a brief phone call today asking them to support AB 1788 and protect wild animals like bobcats, bald eagles, and the endangered Pacific fisher.

Please help make AB 1788 law with a simple phone call to your State Assemblymember, asking him or her to vote “yes” on AB 1788 and protect wild animals like bobcats, bald eagles, and the endangered Pacific fisher.

Sample Message: I am your constituent, and I care about protecting California’s wildlife. Please vote YES on AB 1788, the California Ecosystems Protection Act.

If your assemblymember does not sit on the committee, please call the committee chair, Asm. Eduardo Garcia.

If you’re not sure who your assemblymember is, find your representatives here.

Members of Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee

Eduardo Garcia (Chair)

Riverside/El Centro

916-319-2056

James Gallagher (Vice Chair)

Chico/Mendocino County

916-319-2003

Frank Bigelow

Madera, Placerville, Sutter Creek, Yosemite

916-319-2005

Steven S. Choi, Ph.D.

Irvine, Tustin, Orange

916-319-2068

Kansen Chu

Milpitas, Fremont, San Jose, Santa Clara

916-319-2025

Brian Dahle

Redding, Downie, Truckee, Nevada City

916-319-2001

Laura Friedman

Burbank, Glendale, Silver Lake

916-319-2043

Cristina Garcia

Bell Gardens, Downey

916-319-2058

Todd Gloria

Coronado, Del Mar, coastal San Diego

916-319-2078

Ash Kalra

Downtown, East San Jose

916-319-2027

Marc Levine

San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rosa

916-319-2010

Blanca E. Rubio

Azusa, Baldwin Park, San Gabriel Valley

916-319-2048

Rudy Salas, Jr.

Hartford, Bakersfield, Kettleman City

916-319-2032

Jim Wood

Mendocino, Humboldt, coastal Sonoma

916-319-2002

If enacted, California would become the first state to prohibit these cruel products. Help us make history and urge your assemblymember to support AB 1788.

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