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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Lamar County Judge Harris Rules by IPhone — TransCanada Can Take Our Land!

Lamar County Judge Bill Harris really took the cake yesterday evening.  His 15 word ruling, sent via his iPhone (and likely blind copied to a member of the media), granted TransCanada summary judgement.  Yes, according to Harris, TransCanada can come on in and take Julia Trigg Crawford and fame’s land. For your information, we kept […]

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Hearing in Austin, Monday, July 23 — No Eminent Domain for Private Gain!

We now have a page up for the hearing next Monday, July 23rd, in Austin.  Please COME to Austin for this hearing! We will be available starting at 9 a.m. in the Capitol Grill (Room E1.002),  The hearing starts at 10 a.m. in Room E2.012.  Go here for details on parking, etc. Now, whether or not you […]

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Julia Trigg Crawford v. TransCanada/Keystone XL Pipeline Update!

First, take a look at this NY Times article about our friend, Julia Trigg Crawford, who continues to stand up for her private property rights against TransCanada and the Keystone XL Pipeline.  She’s receiving support from folks across the country as her trial date has been delayed.  If you haven’t signed the letter to Texas […]

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Julia Trigg Crawford v. TransCanada/Keystone Pipeline

TransCanada/Keystone XL in Texas — impacting all of East Texas:  Julia Trigg Crawford’s case on eminent domain abuse may be the only thing standing in the way of a project that has yet to be fully vetted in Texas.  Will it pose a serious risk to the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer? Our Governor will, of course, never […]

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