Sep 27, 2011

Reject the Keystone XL Pipeline - Whitehouse Petition

Reject the Keystone XL Pipeline Obama Whitehouse Server frequently crashes due to high volume. Keep trying.

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Reject the Keystone XL Pipeline Obama
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Public hearing on the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline
there is a public hearing in Austin Texas tomorrow, September 28th
12pm – 8pm
University of Texas
Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium
2313 Red River Street
Austin, TX, 78705

List of scheduled country wide public hearings scheduled in the US.
DOS will hold a series of public meetings to solicit comments on the subject of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.

Monday Sept 26, 2011Monday September 26, 2011
Bob Bowers Civic Center
3401 Cultural Center Drive
Port Arthur, Texas 77642
4:30 pm – 10 pm
Kansas Expo Center
1 Expocenter Drive
Topeka, Kansas 66612
12 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday Sept 27, 2011Tuesday September 27, 2011
Dawson Community College
New Gym
(next to Toepke Auditorium)

300 Community Drive
Glendive, Montana 59330
4:30 pm – 10 pm
Pershing Center
226 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
12 pm – 8 pm
Wednesday Sept 28, 2011
University of Texas
Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium
2313 Red River Street
Austin, Texas 78705
12 pm – 8 pm
Thursday Sept 29, 2011Thursday September 29, 2011
Best Western Ramkota
920 West Sioux Avenue,
Pierre, South Dakota 57501
12 pm – 8 pm
West Holt High School (in the Sand Hills region)
1000 N. Main Street
Atkinson, Nebraska 68713
4:30 pm – 10 pm
Friday Sept 30, 2011
Reed Center Exhibition Hall
5800 Will Rogers Road
Midwest City, Oklahoma 73110
4:30 pm – 10 pm

More Rallies Protests Planned:
The Occupy Wall Street movement is growing and has
expanded to cover other cities, such as Los Angeles, CA and Chicago, with numerous protests scheduled for other cities, such as Sarasota, FL, Washington DC, Lexington, Kentucky and San Francisco, California.

Occupy Washington, D.C. begins on October 6, 2011. stands with super majorities of Americans on seven key issues:
  • Tax the rich and corporations
  • End the wars, bring the troops home, cut military spending
  • Protect the social safety net, strengthen Social Security and improved Medicare for all
  • End corporate welfare for oil companies and other big business interests
  • Transition to a clean energy economy, reverse environmental degradation
  • Protect worker rights including collective bargaining, create jobs and raise wages
  • Get money out of politics

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