Media Advisory: Appellate Court hears Crawford v. TransCanada Eminent Domain Case on Keystone XL pipeline

MEDIA ADVISORY               Press Conference Via Conference Call:  July 30, 2013, 3 :30 pm Contacts: Julia Trigg Crawford, 713.443.8789, Rita Beving, Public Citizen, 214.557.2271, Linda Curtis, Independent Texans, 512.535.0989 Appellate Court to hear Julia Trigg Crawford v. TransCanada Eminent Domain Case Regarding Keystone XL Pipeline WHAT:  A tele presser following the hearing with the 6th […]

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Statewide News — we hit the jackpot yesterday!

Things were cookin’ in Austin yesterday with NE Texas farmer, Julia Trigg Crawford, populist Republican Debra Medina and populist Democrat Jim Hightower. They were there to call attention to the Legislature’s failure to address eminent domain abuse and the risks to our land and water supply posed by pipeline companies and frackers, because they’re trying […]

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An Open Letter to Lt. Gov. Dewhurst, House Speaker Straus and Texas Legislators

Click here for the letter with signatures, posted below.  Letter to Lt. Governor, Speaker of the Texas House and Texas Legislators Dear Speaker, Lt. Governor and Legislators: We visited your offices today, realizing you were busy with the current Special Session.  However, we ask for your help to secure public hearings for Texans immediately following this […]

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Media Advisory: Monday, June 17th, 3 pm Media Conference

Contacts:  Debra Medina, We Texans, 512.663.8401, Linda Curtis or Jessica Ellison, Independent Texans, 512.657.2089 and 512.653.9179, Julia Trigg Crawford, 713.443.8789, Laura Ehrlich, Jim Hightower & Associates, 512.477-5588 Cross-Partisan Coalition Calls on Lt. Governor and House Speaker for Interim Study and Full Public Hearings on Eminent Domain Abuse Starting in East Texas, to include Public Safety […]

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Legislature & Lost Pines Coverage Raise the Bar on Water War!

Congratulations for all those involved, especially the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District and the Brown family of Lee County, for standing tall against the water profiteers.  This could turn out to be a landmark fight for Texans, if the marketers keep pushing it, which is likely. Read today’s Statesman piece, appropriately printed on Memorial Day. […]

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