Jan Hasselman, Attorney, Earthjustice: "The proposed rule explicitly stated that it doesn’t preempt or usurp any state authorities. In fact, it was designed to work alongside existing requirements."
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Alisa Coe, Attorney, Earthjustice: "That was thumbing their nose at the voters ... That doesn't seem like it's allowable by the words that were on the ballot that the voters voted for."
Patrice Simms, VP of Litigation for Washington, D.C., is a guest on The Morning Show with Ken Lanphear
“Much of the year, Tinian residents will be cut off from ancestral cultural sites, subsistence gathering and recreational beaches, profoundly degrading the quality of life on the island.” A motion for summary judgment was filed in federal court on June 1.
Guest Speaker: Martin Hayden, VP of Policy and Legislation, Earthjustice