The Line 3 pipeline in the Great Lakes region would bring tar sands from Alberta, Canada to market -- violating Indigenous rights and dramatically increasing production at a time when we must transition to 100% renewables.
While the fight continues in the Minnesota courts, there are still outstanding federal permits that are needed to move this project forward. We have one month left collect a huge number of public comments demanding the Army Corps of Engineers deny federal permits for the Line 3 tar sands pipeline.
Momentum is on our side and we need to keep up the pressure. Last week, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan decided to continue the state's legal challenge of the Line 3 tar sands pipeline. This is a huge victory made possible by people like you who spoke out.
We must show that there is a vocal majority across the country who oppose this dirty energy project.
Demand that the Army Corps of Engineers honor scientific facts and treaty rights and reject the Line 3 permit. Your comments will be sent directly to the Army Corps comment inbox.
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Thank you for submitting a public comment. The comment period ends on February 21st -- can you share this with your friends and family to help put as much pressure on the Army Corps of Engineers as possible before the deadline?