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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2011
Ten members of the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Tim Walberg of Michigan, are the subject of a new multi-million dollar television and online advertising campaign aimed at informing their constituents about who voted against clean air protections and for corporate polluters, and who voted to protect public health. The intensive advertising campaign highlights the lawmakers' votes on the TRAIN Act (H.R. 2401), which recently passed in the House and aims to block clean air protections against life-threatening air pollution. Rep. Walberg voted against the interest of Michigan families and for polluters by supporting the TRAIN Act, which based on Environmental Protection Agency, could result in as many as 139,500 lives lost to air pollution during the next seven years.