Support Ballot Measure Work by Last Tree Laws
Last Tree Laws is organized as a ballot measure committee, capable of writing legislation to support environmental health and, with enough signatures, place legislation before Massachusetts voters for a vote.
Last Tree Laws' long-term goal is to design a legislative solution to improve environmental health overall, or systematically, rather than a measure to address only one class of toxins. The short-term goal may include addressing a class of toxins directly, including toxins such as wireless and other electromagnetic exposures.
- Address stamped envelope:
- Include check addressed to Last Tree Laws
- Include note that includes (as required by the state accounting requirements):
Political donations are not tax-deductible. Donations and accompanying data listed above, minus phone number, are public record and are submitted to the Massachusetts Secretary of State, along with all expenditures as required by state law.
Because co-chair Kirstin Beatty has a website, Beatty.fyi, that accepts donations to support her research, reporting, and educational work, a check addressed to Kirstin would be construed her personal finances, instead of Last Tree Laws. Please be careful how you address any checks.