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Updates on the LNG Issue

As many of you know, the Puyallup Tribe and concerned residents of Tacoma and beyond have been fighting Puget Sound ...
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Interim Regulations – What You Need to Know

In November 2017, the City of Tacoma passed the Tideflats Interim Regulations to protect the Tacoma Tideflats (the Port’s so ...
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By Janeen Provazek Shared during our February General Meeting that observed Black History Month. This month is Black History Month, ...
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BREAKING: Major victory!! The Supreme Court of Washington issued an opinion today upholding the rights of defendants to use the climate necessity defense in jury trials. This means that, in future Washington cases, the climate necessity defense must be heard by a jury whenever there is credible evidence to support each element of the defendant’s argument. Read more here: climatedefenseproject.org/climate-necessity-defense-recognized-in-state-of-washington/This development in Washington State comes as other states continue to pass draconian fossil-fuel-sponsored legislation that further criminalizes non-violent climate action and trumps up charges by likening it to domestic terrorism. Just last week, water protector Jessica Reznicek of Iowa was sentenced to EIGHT YEARS in federal prison after she admitted to non-violently sabotaging the widely opposed Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) under construction at the time. Follow efforts to #FreeJessica by following them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/freejessrez(Photo is of 350 Tacoma's Steve Way and 350 Seattle's Carlo Voli who, in December 2017, snuck into Puget Sound Energy's fracked gas LNG site in Tacoma, scaled a crane, and shut down construction work for the day. Their arrest kicked off a week of action and civil disobedience in the Port of Tacoma that helped bring this massive, polluting, unnecessary project to the public's attention. The work to halt the project continues to this day. Join us!)#ClimateEmergency #EndFossilFuels #StopPipelines #NoLNG253 #StandWithPuyallupTribe #ValveTurners ... See MoreSee Less
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