Running Big Oil off the road

posted by
June 7, 2011
In These Times
by Steve Bunk  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"In May 2010, Linwood Laughy’s curiosity was piqued by the sight of workmen raising power lines near his home not far from the northern Idaho hamlet of Kooskia. He discovered the lines were being moved to accommodate passage of massive truckloads of oil company equipment along twisting, two-lane Highway 12, a Wild & Scenic River Corridor prized by recreationists, environmentalists and local Indian tribes. No announcement had been made of such plans. Laughy, a tour company owner, and his wife, Karen 'Borg' Hendrickson, began digging for answers." (06/06/11)  

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