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This letter was classified by the US EPA as a “mass mailing”, meaning that many people signed identical or similar letters.
Mass mailing: http://www.regulations.gov/contentStreamer?documentId=EPA-HQ-OAR-2012-0788-0054&attachmentNumber=1&disposition=attachment&contentType=pdf (Red emphasis added)
This sample was from South Dakota. However, they haven’t said how many submitted this letter, which is wrong. Often it’s in the thousands. So, if you are inspired by this letter, put it in your own words or it may not be counted. Make sure your voice is heard!