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.
The Nebraska Supreme Court said on Tuesday it now expects to schedule oral arguments in the landowners’ appeal of the proposed Keystone XL route pipeline route in November 2018. The Court sustained a landowners’ motion to continue the hearing; given the Court’s existing days on its calendar for scheduling oral arguments in the month of […]Read Post
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 15, 2018 Contact: NRDC: Jake Thompson, (202) 289-2387, firstname.lastname@example.org Bold Alliance: Mark Hefflinger, (323) 972-5192, email@example.com Sierra Club: Gabby Brown, (914) 261-4626, firstname.lastname@example.org Center for Biological Diversity: Jared Margolis, (802) 310-4054, email@example.com Friends of the Earth: Patrick Davis, (202) 222-0744, firstname.lastname@example.org Northern Plains Resource Council: Dustin Ogdin, (406) 228-1154, email@example.com Federal […]Read Post
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aug. 13, 2018 Contact: Mark Hefflinger, Bold Nebraska, firstname.lastname@example.org Dani Heffernan, 350.org, 305-992-1544, email@example.com Third Nebraska Family Installs Solar in the Path of Keystone XL Pipeline Crowdfunding continues for “Solar XL” project to place additional installations inside the KXL route in Nebraska and South Dakota Naper, NE — Ranchers Bob & Nancy […]Read Post