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Jeffrey Insko 🌈 Dec 11
Replying to @JeffreyInsko
Which is why the tunnel doesn’t matter. It’s a ruse. All wants— and what the state of MI just gave them— is to squeeze as much time out of their rickety old Line 5 as they can. All while continuing to imperil the world’s largest source of fresh water. /END
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Harris Fueler 3h
Replying to @WDAYnews
During the Dakota access protest at Standing Rock, even though I support pipelines in general, I also supported protesters for the most part. I followed it closely especially on Twitter, & then I got upset with what I considered to be BULLSHIT police tactics ...
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MICHIGAN RESISTANCE Dec 8
Lake Superior Threatened By Possible Line 5 Spill via @
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Social Justice Sorcerer Dec 12
Just found out has been charging my Autistic brother monthly for the past 4 years even though he doesn't have an account with them anymore.
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Black Snake Film Dec 11
Winona LaDuke's process of fighting and has included full participation in the Public Utility Commission. The process didn't work for the people so is running for a seat on the .
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Paul Egan Dec 11
says he will sign controversial Line 5 tunnel bill, appoint 3 members to new tunnel authority "fairly soon."
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Laura Hitt 7m
And in Michigan environmental news: A submerged oil pipeline (Line@5 owned by Canadian co Enbridge) triggers a winter of frigid protest
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Marnie Glickman Curtis Dec 8
estimates the cost of removing the carbon from Line 3 is more than $170 billion annually. Who pays for that?
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Steve Karnowski Dec 13
Oil pipeline foes look past regulators after another loss (from ). Updated with fresh photos from hearing on
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Nancy McReady Dec 13
Replying to @dankraker
Tribes & environmental groups called ’s bluff by stopping the pipeline from going through because they wanted more money. NOW they want the benefits they turned their noses at!
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Steve Karnowski Dec 13
Oil pipeline opponents look past Minnesota regulators (from ). I’m at the PUC meeting on today.
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dan kraker Dec 13
The MN PUC has denied requests from tribes and environmental groups to reconsider the route permit it issued to for oil pipeline. Opponents' last chance to stop pipeline now lies in the courts.
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Jonathan Oosting Dec 11
Michigan Senate gives final approval to Line 5 tunnel legislation in 25-12 vote. Measure now headed to Gov. Rick Snyder's desk for likely signature.
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RealCoastalWarriors Dec 13
regulators affirm decision on route for new $2.6 billion - Opponents are expected to appeal regulators' approval of the $2.6...
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Black Snake Film Dec 13
Winona LaDuke's epic battle and defeat of the pipeline chronicled by The film shows the start of the issue. Winona's opposition continues post permitting process.
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Knowledge = Power Dec 13
Line 5 tunnel bill heads to Gov. Snyder for final approval
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Focus on Dividends Dec 12
Inc. Increases Quarterly Dividend
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Resource Works Dec 12
looks for ways to boost its capacity, to relieve pressure on producers and oil-price discounts:
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Pipelines & Alternatives Dec 12
Inc. is announcing $1.8 billion in new investments, including the $265-million purchase of pipeline and terminal assets in northern Alberta from producer Athabasca Oil Corp.
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Paul Egan Dec 12
signs Line 5 tunnel bill, makes appointments, with record speed
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