(A good use of your time to send in a comment. – promoted by SFBrianCL)
I felt the need to supplement Parish’s byline with my own commentary. The selling off of our National Parks are what is at stake if the public does not protest the National Parks Service (NPS) giveaway to the corporations.
If you care at all about Yellowstone et al., then head over to the NPS site and submit your comment.
If you need help drafting your comment, then go to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) for a scripted form letter. Public comments need to be submitted to the NPS by December 15, 2006. Note: The NPS site is not friendly to Firefox users so be sure to hold your nose and use Internet Explorer to submit your comment.
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This legislation needs to pass the Senate Appropriations Committee and the full Senate in the next few days, and the drug companies will be doing everything they can to stop it.
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