Last month Senator Mary Landrieu made a last ditch effort to save her bill to force through the Keystone XL pipeline without the required Presidential permit (the same bill we successfully held off back in May). Senator Landrieu is one of Big Oil's favorite bought Senators, but unfortunately this time around DE's own Senator Carper decided to side with the tar sands industry and support the bill.
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From the Delaware State Senate Republican Caucus email newsletter:
The Greater Hockessin Area Development Association (GHADA) and Sen. Greg Lavelle (R-Sharpley) have organized a public meeting for residents concerned about the discovery of groundwater contamination at an active dry-cleaning business in Hockessin.
It will be part of GHADA's monthly meeting, scheduled for Monday, Oct. 20, 7 p.m., at the Hockessin Memorial Hall, 1225 Old Lancaster Pike.
On October 2, 2014 environmental justice advocates, community members, faith leaders, nurses and elected officials joined together in a forum at the Episcopal Church of Saint Andrew and Matthew on the environmental justice public health crisis impacting communities across the country.
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