Energy Bill’s Hidden Provisions Undermine Western and Rural U.S. Property Owners

By | September 15, 2016

The following press release is based on a recently prepared memorandum of law and correspondences dispatched to 13 members of Congress, on behalf of Western States Constitutional Rights, LLC, explaining the unconstitutionality of pending legislation discussed below.

Energy and forest management are not generally assumed to be interrelated policies. Nevertheless, U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski (AK-R) is pushing a massive 792-page Senate Energy bill incorporating more than 393 amendments covering these and other policy areas. The bill in question is No. S.2012 – the North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act of 2016, which many in Congress have not likely read. According to nonprofit Western States Constitutional Rights, LLC, S.2012 contains VERY harmful tribal government forest management provisions that could severely diminish the constitutionally protected rights of western and rural private property owners throughout the United States…

THE UNABRIDGED AND HYPERLINKED VERSION OF THIS PRESS RELEASE IS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:

http://www.koganlawgroup.com/uploads/Energy_Bill_s_Hidden_Provisions_Undermine_Western_and_Rural_Property_Owners__press_release_9-15-16_.pdf

About Western States Constitutional:
Western States Constitutional Rights, LLC is a Montana-based nonprofit entity the mission of which is to promote the protection of private property rights held by western United States property owners against reckless federal, state and local government laws, regulations and policies. Its members are irrigators, landowners and business owners located on or near the Flathead Irrigation Project

Contact:
Western States Constitutional,
P.O. Box 3601,
Kalispell, MT 59903,
New York – 123456,
New York, United States,
Phone: (+1) – 12126449240,
E-Mail: lkogan@koganlawgroup.com
http://www.koganlawgroup.com

 

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