In what environmentalists described as a "historic victory," two separate proposed oil train facilities in Washington and California were roundly defeated this week.
Slowly but surely the fossil fuel industry is being brought under the people's control.
It's time to ratchet up the pressure on our congress people.
Hillary is a lost cause.
Train wrecks that save lives
YEAH! Let's hear it! Thew people have spoken!
We need more commissioners and such who appear to go along with the plan, but then change their vote at the last minute. Let the oil companies think they have all of the necessary politicians "in their pockets" right up until the moment of the vote.
The American people have spoken: They do not want dirty and dangerous fossil fuel projects that will threaten their communities, their clean air and water, and the climate,"
Remembering the article on CD a day or two ago:
"British government on Thursday overruled a local ban to greenlight a controversial fracking project in northern England."
Let's continue to keep our eyes on these local decisions when the spotlight's off.
What's wrong with Oregon? Oil trains go through my community as well, but all anyone cares about is quieting the train whistles. Hoteliers think train whistles disturb the sleep of their guests. An oil train derailment would disturb more than one night's sleep.