Bold Alliance joined 30 environmental groups in a letter sent Aug. 25, 2016 urging Pres. Obama to halt construction and repeal the Army Corps of Engineers permits for the Dakota Access pipeline project.
Bold, Environmental Groups File Opening Brief in Legal Challenge to Trump’s Rubber-Stamp Approval of Keystone XL
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 12, 2018 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska, 402-705-3622, email@example.com Bold Alliance, Environmental Groups File Opening Brief in Lawsuit Challenging Trump’s Rubber-Stamp Federal Approval of Keystone XL Pipeline Lawsuit challenges approval of pipeline permit by State Dept. and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service before final route decided, with no updated environmental review […]Read Post
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 Contact: Gabby Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Hefflinger, email@example.com In Oral Arguments, Groups Fight Back Against Trump’s Attempt to Throw out Keystone XL Lawsuit Motions from Administration and TransCanada Attempt to Skirt Accountability Under Environmental Laws Great Falls, MT — Today, environmental and landowner groups argued in opposition to an attempt […]Read Post
Landowners, Tribes and Environmental Groups Confident Nebraska Public Service Commission Will Reject Keystone XL as Not in the Public Interest
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 25, 2017 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska, 402-705-3622, firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Hefflinger, Bold Nebraska, email@example.com Landowners, Tribes and Environmental Groups Confident Nebraska Public Service Commission Will Reject Keystone XL as Not in the Public Interest Opponents submitted final reply briefs on Monday as PSC docket closes Lincoln, NE — Landowners, Tribes, Bold […]Read Post