In the Tank Podcast: Energy crisis in Europe & soon in the US
Isaac Orr joins The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Linnea Lueken on episode 329 of the In The Tank Podcast. On this episode, the ITT crew talks about…
Minnesota Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt (R-Crown) recently took the rare step of speaking on the floor to give an impassioned speech on the vital importance of the Enbridge 3 replacement pipeline project.
The $3 billion project would deliver enormous economic and environmental benefits to the state, particularly in northern counties in need of high-paying jobs and taxes generated by the pipeline. But after three years, Enbridge 3 still remains tied up in regulatory red tape under the Dayton administration.
Daudt makes a strong case for moving forward with a construction project that’s a win-win for Minnesota’s environment and economy.
Unfortunately, Gov. Dayton listens to environmental activists more than the workers, families and communities that strongly support Enbridge 3. Just days ago, Dayton vetoed a bipartisan bill to bypass the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and green light the project immediately.