Welcome to the new page designed to share the best of Facebook and tweets for everyone without accounts. You're missing a lot of the latest gems found by our research teams and our sharing across "Clean" Line projects and state lines. Wow. What a great group of people. Learning to Facebook is worth joining the conversation!!
Rep. Adam Kinzinger's letter to the Surface Transportation Board regarding the Great Lakes Basin Railroad. Now, when is he really going to start working on protecting his constituents private property rights against threats of Federal Eminent Domain? Yes, Adam. "Clean" Line is a FEDERAL issue, too. Click here.
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1. Wow. Real credibility in how "Clean" Line is gathering their letter of support for the ICC.
"Please try to come by at the time you signed up for Monday if you can! We are selling cookies, puppy chow, cupcakes and cookie bars and collecting letters of support for Cleanline."
Block RICL: Rock Island "Clean" Line Facebook March 17, 2013
What does CUB, IPA, and Environmental Law and Policy Center really have to say about RICL if they had this to say about the Green Power Express- planned to follow almost an identical route in IL as RICL?
"It looks like you'll have to build new power plants all along the corridor," CUB's Mr. Kolata says. "This project has more momentum at this point than it probably deserves."
Says CUB's Mr. Kolata: "Our big fear here is that the cost will be dumped on Illinois consumers."
"Is the Green Power Express really designed to provide transmission for wind power or for highly polluting old coal plants?" says Howard Learner, executive director of the Chicago-based Environmental Law and Policy Center.
"We have to take a rather hard view as to why this is good for Illinois consumers," says Mr. Pruitt, who heads the Illinois Power Agency. "Within Illinois, we have a sufficient number of wind farms to meet all of our needs, plus."
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