GURNEE, Ill. – To learn more about the issues that matter to her community, state Rep. Joyce Mason, D-Gurnee, partnered with state Sen. Melinda Bush, D-Grayslake, and environmental advocacy organizations to host a Clean Energy Town Hall in support of the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
“Illinois continues to be one of the nation’s leaders in reducing the impact of climate change and advancing energy efficiency. I am thrilled to partner with Senator Melinda Bush and fantastic organizations like the Illinois Environmental Council and the Sierra Club of Illinois to keep our communities informed and energized,” Mason said. “This town hall was a great opportunity for my constituents to learn more about the opportunities provided by the Clean Energy Jobs Act, as well as a great opportunity for Senator Bush and me to hear about what our constituents care about and how we can best work together to achieve our clean energy goals.”
House Bill 3624, known as the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA), would place Illinois on a path to 100% renewable energy while strengthening the economy by growing green jobs. CEJA aims to reduce carbon pollution related to transportation, and slice dangerous emissions from the power sector by 2030.
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