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U.S. District Court Holds Evidentiary Hearing in Quoddy Bay LNG Proceeding

U.S. District Judge John Woodcock heard oral arguments yesterday on two evidentiary motions filed by We Take Care of our Land, a Passamaquoddy tribal organization, in a proceeding against the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose construction of the propose
July 1, 2008

U.S. District Judge John Woodcock heard oral arguments yesterday on two evidentiary motions filed by We Take Care of our Land, a Passamaquoddy tribal organization, in a proceeding against the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose construction of the proposed Quoddy Bay LNG regasification project. The Bangor Daily News provides coverage of the hearing.

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