After nearly 30 years with Powder River Basin Resource Council, Jill Morrison is retiring. “Jill is a veritable force of nature,” one colleague said.
Aethon says the deep Madison aquifer where it would dispose of pollutants is already tainted, is too expensive to develop for domestic use and is not needed by nearby communities.
Wyoming politicians love to talk about the primacy of free enterprise and the private sector. But to protect coal they rule like socialists.
A controversial bill to protect industrial facilities from protesters was killed then jolted back to life Monday.
The Wyoming Senate advanced a bill to criminalize people and fine organizations who ‘impede infrastructure.’ Critics call it a draconian attack meant to block protests like Standing Rock.