Rep. Eric Feige needs a history lesson. Instead of introducing legislation that limits public access to openly opposing development of those “big projects,” he should be bowing down to Greenpeace and citizen activists.
Just ask the folks who were living in the Aleutian Islands when the U.S. government tested atomic weapons in the late ’60s and early ’70s. Where were you Rep. Feige? Obviously not in school or you would know that citizen activists worked diligently to prevent the damage incurred by these tragic events. We are still paying (literally) for the contamination caused by these tests.
Instead of limiting access by the people who care about the future of our state, how about opening your doors to activists? What corporations are you beholden to? Are you a member of ALEC?
— Patricia Cue