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  •  Thanks, LakeSuperior ... Automatic email: (2+ / 0-)
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    LakeSuperior, Roger Fox

    If you want to create a link like this:  

    Send an email to the Department of State in Washington, DC, Re: Pipeline Capacity Expansion of Line 67 (Enbridge).

    Copy the following:

    <a href="mailto:EnbridgeLine67permit@state.gov?subject=Pipeline Capacity Expansion of Line 67 (Enbridge)">Send an email to the Department of State in Washington, DC</a>.
    The link opens the default email with the Subject line already filled in.

    Feel free to use the html and edit the text as you wish.

    Thanks Again!

    2 thanks ;o)

    •  Oops, better: (2+ / 0-)
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      Roger Fox, LakeSuperior
      Send an email to the Department of State in Washington, DC, Re: Pipeline Capacity Expansion of Line 67 (Enbridge).
      <a href="mailto:EnbridgeLine67permit@state.gov?subject=Pipeline Capacity Expansion of Line 67 (Enbridge)">Send an email to the Department of State in Washington, DC, Re: Pipeline Capacity Expansion of Line 67 (Enbridge)</a>.
    •  I'm not the 'quarterback' of this issue (1+ / 0-)
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      2thanks

      I'm only the grunt with the habit of reading the Federal Register index daily telling you what is going on.   I'm not a principal researcher or organizer on the Line 67 expansion matter.  

      I frankly have not thought out what would be the best approach to addressing this particular pipeline expansion permit matter, as I've been busy with other client work on other projects recently.

      I was actually out mowing my front lawn earlier this afternoon and came back in the house to take a break when I received received emails with the FR news of
      the expansion....and then I received emails about the Indiana Department of Environmental Management re-opening the comment period on the BP Whiting Petroleum Refinery permit after filing comments I
      helped write on Monday...see:

      http://switchboard.nrdc.org/...

      However, I still need to get back to mowing the lawn, but before I do that I have to say this:

      From a legal standpoint I think the claims and standing aspects of the Red Lake Nations dispute with Enbridge over this and other Enbridge pipelines crossing their jurisdiction are very, very interesting in this.   Someone should write a law review article about this dispute as I think it is significant for the development of U.S. and Tribal Law in the jurisdictional aspects of Native American reservations and lands.

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