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May 5, 2015

Take Action Today - May 5th! Join the National Call-in to President Obama to Save Our Bees from Neonic Addiction!

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President Obama's Pollinator Health Task Force could be making a decision any day on what steps they will take to protect bees, butterflies, birds and other pollinators.

New research is showing that bees can actually become addicted to the very toxic pesticides that are slowly killing them. Not only are pesticide companies like Bayer and Syngenta using Big Tobacco industry tactics when it comes to spinning the science surrounding pollinator declines, but their products are even having tobacco-like impacts!

We urgently need to ramp up pressure on the Obama administration to do the right thing for bees and our food system. Call President Obama’s office TODAY to deliver this message. It’s easy, we’ll patch you straight through. Even if you've called in the past, please consider making another call to the President.

Call number: 1-877-796-1948

Just dial the number, you’ll hear an automated message with instructions and then be patched through to the White House to deliver your message.

When you’re connected to the White House, deliver this message:

Hi, my name is _______ and I’m calling to urge President Obama to protect bees from toxic, addictive pesticides immediately to protect our food supply and the environment.”

The administration is being lobbied by Bayer, Syngenta and other big chemical companies to withhold action on pesticides, but President Obama needs to hear directly from the public to know that we’re invested in this issue and will support his decision to direct his administration to protect bees from toxic, addictive pesticides.

Thank you for telling the President to #BeeKindObama!

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