Update 2016-03-28: “It’s the most votes I’ve ever gotten on anything.” —Neill Herring of Georgia Sierra Club.
Tuesday and today, Georgia’s elected legislators stood up for the people against a fracked methane pipeline invader:
Y’all! We don’t win votes on the House floor every day, and the
effort to keep the state easements for the Sabal Trail pipeline was
truly a joy to watch. R’s, D’s, lawyers, community folk, everyone
pitched in and it “went down in flames”
34-128 — AJC [Atlanta Journal Constitution]
reporter’s words, not mine! Congrats to all the Georgia Water
That’s how Georgia Sierra Club’s Colleen Kiernan summed up what happened Tuesday
to the river drilling easements for Spectra Energy’s fracked gas Sabal “Sinkhole” Trail pipeline.
Yes, the same Spectra of the Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) Project,
South Texas Expansion,
the West Coast Pipeline in British Columbia,
and far too many other unnecessary pipeline invasions throughout North America.
Georgia Water Coalition
organized this excellent result, including Continue reading