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Pipeline Posse Sandhills Trail Ride

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The “Pipeline Posse” is organizing a Horseback Trail Ride and campout in Holt County, Nebraska on Saturday and Sunday, June 22-23. Lodging will be tent camping, or primitive cabins (electricity, but separate shower/bathroom facilities. Bring bedding or a sleeping bag for bunks). There is no alcohol or smoking allowed at the Cleveland Bible Camp facilities. […]
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Nebraska Challenge on Keystone Pipeline Route Moves Forward

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The lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Keystone XL pipeline route in Nebraska is moving forward with a decision by Lancaster County District Court Judge Stephanie Stacy. Three landowners sued Governor Heineman and the State of Nebraska in 2012 arguing LB 1161 violated the Nebraska State Constitution that makes it clear common carriers are regulated […]
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Round Up June 10 – 14

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Read today’s news from around the state and country. Each day in the Roundup we cover politics, always with a side of bold humor. We think politics should be fun, informative and encourage us all to take action. June 14th More on Perhaps-Impending Republican Senate Candidate: Nebraska Watchdog has done a very nice profile of maybe-senatore […]
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70,000-Plus Sign Petitions Urging Sec. Kerry to Investigate KXL Review

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Environmental leaders hosted a press conference in Washington, DC today, to call for an investigation by the State Department Investigator General of the flawed Keystone XL review process. We also submitted a petition started by Bold Nebraska’s own Chelsea Johnson, with over 2,000 signers demanding that Sec. Kerry halt the Keystone XL review process and investigate conflicts […]
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Bold Roundup May 27th – 31st

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Read today’s news from around the state and country. Each day in the Roundup we cover politics, always with a side of bold humor. We think politics should be fun, informative and encourage us all to take action. Friday, May 30th Washington Post Names LJS’s Don Walton Best State-Based Political Reporter: “In every state, there […]
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Spill Factors: A Statistical Analysis of the Effectiveness of Pipeline Regulations

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For decades, pipelines have been built in the United States without much controversy. The result: 2.5 million miles of pipelines now traverse our nation to deliver natural gas, oil and other hazardous liquids to their destinations.1 Aside from well-publicized ruptures like the San Bruno, California natural gas explosion that took eight lives in 2010, the […]
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