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Conn. Attorney General Wants Disclosure of Broadwater Safety Documents

In a letter sent yesterday to FERC, Conn. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal asks the agency to release design and safety-related details of the proposed Broadwater terminal. Blumenthal characterizes FERC’s CEII policy as an impediment to open discussio
February 15, 2006

In a letter sent yesterday to FERC, Conn. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal asks the agency to release design and safety-related details of the proposed Broadwater terminal. Blumenthal characterizes FERC’s CEII policy as an impediment to open discussions on the issues surrounding the Broadwater LNG proposal, saying that withholding safety documents hampers the public’s ability to assess the project. “Contrary to the assertions of various FERC officials, FERC’s policies suppress public discourse and stifle intelligent public debate, rather than protect us from terrorists,” Blumenthal said. Today’s Hartford Courant reports. [Access to archived articles requires a fee.]

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