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Appeals Court Allows Bayou Bridge Pipeline Construction to Continue

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has overruled a trial court and allowed construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline to continue.  In allowing construction to continue, the appellate court stated that it is likely that the district judge’s decision to stop construction was an “abuse of discretion.” 376 more words

Righting the Ship

© 2018 Concerned Citizens of Western Montana

But, CSKT has been unwilling to accept this compromise, they want the DMR’s (Density Map Regulations) to remain regulatory for one class of citizens and voluntary compliance for a different class of citizens. 478 more words

Property Rights

Trump Administration Lifts Elephant Trophy Ban

The Chicago Tribune reports that the Trump Administration has lifted an Obama-era ban on African elephant body parts obtained during spotting hunts on the continent. The Administration sacked the idea back in November during a controversy that erupted when it was revealed the President would, most likely, lift the prohibition. 42 more words


Self-defence arguments surface at RCMP town halls to address rural property crime

Rural residents who live in fear because of brazen property crimes in their areas are now having their voices heard. A series of town halls are being held throughout the province by the… 793 more words


Niagara Wind facing lawsuit

“Two families are taking legal action related to a plume of construction dust from a Niagara Region Wind Farm construction site in 2015 that they say has left them with physical and mental health issues, as well as property damage and monetary losses.”

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Environmentalists Ratchet Up Attacks on Corsica Villas

Despite assurances by town officials that construction was being done in accordance with the law, environmentalists have vowed to halt construction of and seek demolition of six villas to be constructed near sea caves in the town of Peyia, Corsica. 169 more words