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People Power can Stop Dangerous Fossil Fuel Projects

In Oregon, a powerful Coalition of Tribes, Landowners, and Activists have been fighting the proposed Jordan Cove LNG and Pacific Connector Pipeline Project for years, pressuring Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) to Block the Project. Earlier this month, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Denied a crucial Water Permit for the huge Fracked Gas Project, dealing it a “potentially fatal blow.”

People Power can Stop Dangerous Fossil Fuel projects like the proposed Line 3 Tar Sands Oil Pipeline in Minnesota.

In Minnesota, Gov. Tim Walz (D) and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan (D) have the chance to show Real Leadership by strongly Opposing the Massive Line 3 Tar Sands Pipeline that would threaten Minnesota’s Water, impose on Treaty Rights, and Wreck the Climate.

The Line 3 Pipeline would Cross over 200 bodies of Water in Minnesota, including the Mississippi River, not Once, but TWICE. It would put Indigenous Rights, Water, and the Climate at Deadly risk. Walz and Flanagan have shown Willingness to Question Line 3’s Permits before, but they’ve yet to take a Definitive Stand against the Pipeline and Commit to Stopping it.

Gov. Walz has said that Line 3 needs a “Social Permit” in order to be Built, it’s our job to make it Clear that the Public is strongly Opposed to this Dangerous Tar Sands project.

Thousands of People have Signed Petitions, made Calls to the Governor's Office, and shown up in Person to urge Walz and Flanagan to Stop Line 3 since they came into Office, but we need to keep up the Pressure.

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NYC Wins When Everyone Can Vote! Michael H. Drucker


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People Power can Stop Dangerous Fossil Fuel Projects


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