Hi Tony,  I think you were supposed to include the link to the petition.

Gay Nicholson, Ph.D.
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On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Tony Del Plato <tonydelpl...@gmail.com>

> Friends,
> Governor Andrew Cuomo is moving forward with a plan to bail out old,
> unprofitable nuclear power plants upstate to the tune of nearly $8 billion.
> And he wants New Yorkers to pay for that bailout on their electricity
> bills.
> The governor says this move is about preserving jobs and fighting climate
> change, but we know better. Our state deserves clean, affordable and
> renewable energy. Governor Cuomo’s plan is like subsidizing the
> horse-and-buggy industry while Henry Ford is rolling cars off the assembly
> line. Nuclear energy is not our future -- it’s dirty, expensive and
> dangerous.
> Sign our petition to tell Governor Cuomo we don’t want another expensive
> tax on our electricity bills to subsidize a dying nuclear industry.
> If we don’t act now to stop the Cuomo Tax, billions of dollars from hard
> working New Yorkers will go straight to nuclear plant owner Exelon, a
> Chicago-based Fortune 100 company with annual revenues over $34 billion.
> That’s one of the reasons why more than 50 groups have joined together to
> halt this disastrous plan.
> I know we can win this fight and lead New York into a 21st century
> renewable future. Our work to defeat the Cuomo Tax starts with this
> important petition:
> Add your name to the petition to stop the Cuomo Tax and end the nuclear
> bailout.
> Thank you,
> Your Name Here
> --
> *“Hope is not the optimism that things will turn out right. Hope is the
> soul’s deep orientation to what is right, no matter how things turn out.”**
>        -Vaclav Havel*

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