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Statement on Trump Keystone XL Proclamation

Jane Kleeb
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“In the face of historic flooding in Nebraska and South Dakota, the Trump administration issues another proclamation attempting to shove a risky tarsands pipeline down the throats of farmers and ranchers currently facing devastation,” said Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska founder. “Instead of helping the Heartland, Trump is driving a stake through the hearts of family […]
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Bold Alliance Statement in Support of Green New Deal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 7, 2019 Bold Alliance Statement in Support of Green New Deal Hastings, NE — Bold Alliance issued the following statement on Thursday, in support of the Green New Deal resolution introduced in Congress by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey: “Bold works with family farmers and ranchers who confront climate […]
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Bold Joins 180+ Groups Calling on Congress to Hold Hearings Into FERC Abuses

Thousands Tell Congress to Hold Hearings into FERC Abuses Bold Alliance joins 180+ groups in letter urging incoming House Democratic Committee Chairs to investigate FERC Washington, D.C. – 181 groups including Bold Alliance signed on to a Jan. 29, 2019 letter urging the incoming Congress to hold hearings into the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) […]
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Update: Landowners v. FERC in Court

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[Note from Bold: Richard’s family are landowners on the Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipeline route in Virginia, and are deeply involved with other landowners in Bold’s federal litigation targeting FERC’s eminent domain abuse.] Donate now to support landowners suing FERC to stop eminent domain abuse. Fellow Pipeline Fighters — This is the fight of our lives, […]
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Landowners v. FERC Litigation Update

Mark Hefflinger
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Donate now to support landowners suing FERC to stop eminent domain abuse. The Bold Appalachia Landowners Alliance (BALA) is involved in multiple court cases to stop the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines. One of those efforts — brought exclusively by BALA — is aimed at challenging the very root cause of this abuse at the federal level. BALA’s […]
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Bold Alliance, Landowners Challenge FERC’s Eminent Domain Abuse at D.C. Circuit

Chip in $25 now to support landowners challenging FERC in court. Bold Alliance and Appalachia region landowners’ federal court challenge to the abuse of eminent domain by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is now proceeding at the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, as part of a larger combined lawsuit filed by other regional, local and […]
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5th Annual Sacred Ponca Corn Planting: June 10, Neligh, NE

DATE CHANGE: (Due to a scheduling conflict, the corn planting has been postponed from May 19th to Sunday, June 10th.) Join Bold Nebraska, the Ponca Tribe and landowners Art and Helen Tanderup to once again plant sacred Ponca corn on their farm in Neligh, NE that crosses both the proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline, […]
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Landowners and Keystone XL Opponents to Rally in Montana on Eve of Hearing to Challenge Trump Administration Rubber-stamp of Pipeline Permit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 15, 2018 Contact: Dustin Ogdin, Northern Plains Communications Director, (406) 248-1154 Hannah Hostetter, Northern Plains Lead Organizer, (406) 600-8317 Mark Hefflinger, Bold Alliance, mark@boldalliance.org Landowners and Keystone XL Opponents to Rally in Montana on Eve of Hearing to Challenge Trump Administration Rubber-stamp of Pipeline Permit Rally at Elks Riverside Park and […]
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Bold Alliance, Landowners Petition Federal Court to Invalidate FERC Approval of Mountain Valley Pipeline, Stay Construction

Donate to support the landowners suing FERC to stop eminent domain abuse.  The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) “Notice to Proceed” issued for the proposed Mountain Valley fracked gas pipeline (MVP) is invalid, as it was signed by a low-level FERC staffer — in violation of the agency’s own regulations — landowners and Bold Alliance […]
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Groups Say FERC Notices for Mountain Valley Pipeline are Invalid

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 29, 2018 Contact: Carolyn Elefant (attorney), carolyn@carolynelefant.com, 202-297-6100 Russell Chisholm, POWHR Coalition, russell.powhr@gmail.com, 540-404-2727 Roberta Bondurant, Preserve Bent Mountain/Roanoke, bondurantlaw@aol.com, 540-793-4769 Mark Hefflinger, Bold Alliance, mark@boldalliance.org   Groups Say FERC Notices for Mountain Valley Pipeline are Invalid “Notices to Proceed” were issued by low-level FERC staffer, in clear violation of agency’s […]
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