New legal memos from Alan Peterson and David Domina outline the state’s role in regulating oil pipelines. These memos were drafted in response to state senators’ concerns about the constitutionality of passing state-based regulations. They outline the particulars of what a state can and cannot do to regulate oil pipelines.
President Joe Biden kept his promise to Pipeline Fighters in Nebraska, when he revoked the Keystone XL pipeline permit on day one in office. President Biden is sticking to his “NoKXL Pledge” campaign commitment — in his first conversation with a foreign leader, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Biden’s revoking of the Keystone XL permit […]Read Post
“There remain questions of material fact whether the condemnation actions filed herein follow the Commission’s approved Alternative Route, or whether there are substantive changes to the Alternative Route that require re-application to the Commission… Due to possibility of withdrawal of presidential approval for the TransCanada project, and in the interest of conservation of judicial resources, […]Read Post
Indigenous Women’s Groups Host Livestream from “Tiny Home Warriors” at Nation’s Oldest Native Women’s Shelter to Raise Awareness on Increased Missing & Murdered Associated with Pipeline Construction Livestream from White Buffalo Calf Women’s Society in Mission, S.D. on Dec. 10 will include masked and socially-distanced participants at the solar-powered “Tiny Home of the Ihanktonwan Homelands” […]Read Post