Environment, Education, Energy: Policy to People

“Keystone XL Protesters Seek Dismissal of Lawsuit”

The protestors’ attorney says pipeline builder TransCanada’s lawsuit has no legal basis, The Oklahoman’s Jay Marks reports.

Attorney Doug Parr is asking an Atoka County judge to dismiss the restraining order sought by TransCanada earlier this month to block further protests by people affiliated with the Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance. TransCanada asked the judge to bar the environmental group and 21 people from interfering with pipeline construction. The judge granted the request against three people who already had been arrested in Atoka County, but did not rule on the others.

Read more at: newsok.com

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