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Amendment would drastically reduce NEPA process
04/16/2002

Senator Voinovich from Ohio has introduced an amendment to the energy bill that would all but eliminate the NEPA process for power line and pipeline placement and construction. For those that have been working on the issue it is EXTREMELY important that Senators Feingold and Kohl hear from you on this.

To prevent power lines from being strung where ever utilities want them and pipelines buried where energy companies say call:

Russ Feingold at 202-224-5323 or in district at

608-828-1200 Madison, 715-848-5660 Wausau, 608-782-5585 LaCrosse, 414-276-7282 Milwaukee, and 920-465-7508 Green Bay.

Heb Kohl at 202-224-5653 or in district

608--264-5338 Madison, 715-832-8424 Eau Claire, 608-796-0045 LaCrosse, 414-297-4451 Milwaukee, and 920-738-1640 in Appleton.

Please do this TODAY.

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