Dominion lied. time to revoke the Cove Point permit.

Last Fall, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) made a huge mistake and permitted the construction of a massive fracked-gas export facility in Cove Point, Maryland.

Within days, local allies had appealed FERC's decision in the courts and with federal regulators. But Dominion resources, the company behind Cove Point and other local fracked gas pipelines, has begun construction anyway.

Our allies in Maryland are desperate to stop their homes, community and our collective environment from being destroyed by this project. They've done all the 'right' things: appealed to FERC's own rules, asked the courts to intercede, ANYTHING to get the project stopped or put on hold.

FERC promised to listen, and is required to consider an appeal. But while they dither Dominion just keeps building and building. And every day brings our climate and the community of Cove Point closer to a disaster. So our friends from Cove Point are going back again to occupy the FERC Commissioners' meeting, demanding that they respond to the appeal and stop construction. Sign here to support them, and send FERC a message that it's time to un-plug their ears and respond to the public's concern about fracked gas exports.

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Number Date Name Add your comment to FERC here
17101 3 years ago Nicholas Perkins
17100 3 years ago Mitch Parkinen
17099 3 years ago Kristina Fedorov
17098 3 years ago Anonymous None
17097 3 years ago Nicholas Perkins
17096 3 years ago Claudia Linhares
17095 3 years ago Roel Cantu
17094 3 years ago Beth Jones The time has come to show some wisdom instead of shortsighted greed! Time to leave fossil fuels in the ground!!!
17093 3 years ago Janet Muir Has FERC been co-opted by gas corporations so much that they cannot hear the public on this?
17092 3 years ago Anonymous
17091 3 years ago Dianne Sefcik
17090 3 years ago Nick Papworth
17089 3 years ago Christine Brunner
17088 3 years ago Jo Ann Ann
17087 3 years ago David Sorensen
17086 3 years ago Harry Virco
17085 3 years ago Wayne Kennan
17084 3 years ago Anonymous
17083 3 years ago Linda Richard
17082 3 years ago Anonymous You know what the right thing to do is, now please do it!
17081 3 years ago Jessica Howard
17080 3 years ago Chris Lopes
17079 3 years ago Unknown Serraller Vizcaino It's much easier to destroy the enviornment rather than restore it. The damage fracking does outweighs its benefits, it's only because all externalities are not considered that fracking can go ahead...
17078 3 years ago Megan Wolfe
17077 3 years ago Anonymous
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