Author: Jane Kleeb

Halloween and Eday Fun: Print, Carve, March, Vote

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Halloween is right around the corner (so is Election Day Nov. 4!). A fellow pipeline fighter, Carolyn, emailed with a great idea of carving pumpkins with a #nokxl message. Some might remember one of our favorite actions pushing Gov. Heineman to support better pipeline bills at the state level when we carved 91 pumpkins to […]
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Time’s Up Terry: Stop Wasting Taxpayer Money on Silly Playlists

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Rep. Lee Terry, using taxpayer money, issued a “playlist” for an upcoming concert called “Harvest the Hope” featuring Willie Nelson and Neil Young —who stand with farmers, ranchers and tribes protecting the Heartland from the TransCanada’s foreign tarsands pipeline. “Hopefully Lee Terry’s newly found song writing career will enable him to pay for his nice […]
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Visit Nebraska and See for Yourself: a message to the national GOP attack

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Last week, national members of the GOP issued a report using taxpayer money, attacking Bold Nebraska. We are in the ring with our gloves on so we expect (and welcome) criticism from the other side of the Keystone XL pipeline issue. What we did not expect and think is outrageous is for Sen. Fischer and […]
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Scientists Call for Tar Sands Moratorium

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In a groundbreaking Nature Journal article, a group of economists, policy researchers, ecologists, and scientists make the case for a moratorium on new pipelines in North America until a “more coherent approach” can be developed to evaluate tar sands projects in the context of a broader energy and climate strategy, taking into account the long-term […]
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Pres. Obama Announces New Carbon Pollution Regulations: Let’s Make the Transition

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President Obama announced new rules that limit the amount of carbon pollution that coal plants can emit into the air that all of our families breathe. This is the first time that coal plants will be required to regulate carbon pollution. Bold Nebraska’s energy policy is simple: no tarsands, less coal and more renewables. Statement on the […]
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Voter Guide: Primary Election May 13

FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE Primary Election Day: Tuesday, May 13 Polls Open: 8AM-8PM CT Click here for results of primary election (and comments on Heineman and Tea Party) WHY NEW ENERGY? The election season is here and we think it’s time for New Energy. Bold Nebraska partnered with landowners, citizens and leaders in our state […]
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