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Governor’s Take Stand Against Biden’s 30 x 30

by | Apr 22, 2021 | 30x30 | 0 comments

Fifteen Governors signed a joint letter noticing President Biden that section 216 of the Climate Crisis Executive Order (14008), to conserve 30 percent of America’s lands by 2030, “infringes on the sovereignty of the states and rights of the citizens.”

Led by Nebraska’s Pete Rickets, who was the first Governor to oppose 30 x 30, the letter was signed by the Governors of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.

Representing both federal land and private land states, the Governors have united to defend State sovereignty and private property rights. They are heroes in this battle to push back the radical environmental agenda.

It is well worth your time to read the strong stand they have taken on our behalf, and make sure you thank them for doing so.

Read the letter here.

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