There are 3 or possibly 4 more days left of the Public Utility Commission meeting to discuss the pros and cons of the Line 3 project. At the end of these meetings, the PUC will decide if Line 3 goes ahead.Read More
May 16 - Senate votes on the Line3 Greenlight bill (HF3759), already passed in the House. Call, email, tweet your Senators about this one.
3pm, May 16 - Emergency Funding Rally in support of Gov. Dayton's MN education funding proposal. Wear red.
May 17, 1.30pm, end-of-session action to call for Mn Leg to pass bills that serve the people of MN, not outside corporate interest groups. See below for details. #MNValues
Please attend and take action where you can!
Help pack the room TOMORROW for the hearing of SF3510, a bill to fast-track the permitting to build Line 3!
SF3510 stops the Public Utilities Commission's review of Enbridge's Line 3 proposal. It allows Enbridge to build the pipeline along the route they want - without any regard for the public testimony, public comments, expert analysis and ongoing Tribal Cultural survey of the PUC.
"Minnesota utility regulators Thursday rejected a request by the state's Ojibwe bands to require a comprehensive tribal cultural analysis for Enbridge's proposed pipeline across northern Minnesota.
The tribes have asked the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to include a full state study of tribal historic sites as part of the state's Environmental Impact Statement for Enbridge's proposed new Line 3. The controversial pipeline would ferry Canadian oil to Enbridge's terminal in Superior, Wis.
The PUC declined to include such a survey in the environmental review.." -SourceRead More