Growing up in Wisconsin, I have a deep appreciation for our lakes, rivers and forests. These treasures are an important part of what makes our state so special, and I believe that we have a responsibility to protect them for future generations. But while we focus on preserving our natural resources, we must also ensure that businesses in Northeast Wisconsin are able to succeed without harmful and burdensome regulations.
As we continue exploring economically sound solutions, we should be encouraging private sector problem-solving. I am proud to continue the work of my predecessor, Congressman Ribble, through the Save the Bay initiative and I believe this effort is an example of the bottom-up problem solving that is vital to addressing these issues in our communities.
- H.R. 2577 -- PFAS Right to Know
- H.R. 1976 -- PFAS Detection Act
- H.R. 1225 -- Restore Our Parks & Land
- H.R. 1921 -- Ocean Acidification Innovation Act
- H.R. 988 -- Nat’l Estuaries & Acidification Research Act
- H.R. 1716 -- Coastal Communities Ocean Acidification Act
- H.R. 1237 -- COAST Research Act
- Climate Solutions caucus
- Great Lakes caucus
- PFAS task force
More on Environment
Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Mike Gallagher announced his support for a bipartisan resolution that designates the week of Memorial Day as “Great Lakes Week.” The resolution is a bipartisan effort in the House to promote practices that protect the health and water quality of all five of the Great Lakes. It also highlights their importance to the environment, economy, and heritage of our region.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Gallagher sent a letter to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies in support of funding for the North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) in Fiscal Year 2019.
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Mike Gallagher and a group of his colleagues are requesting that legislation be brought to the floor that will reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) before it expires on September 30, 2018. The LWCF is a 1964 law designed to assure Americans that outdoor recreation lands and recreation sites would be secured, on a pay-as-you-go basis, for future generations.