September 19, 2011
Manuel Quinones, E&E reporter
Published: Friday, September 16, 2011
E&E News PM
Advocacy groups petitioned Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden (D) today to revoke Massey Energy Co.'s corporate charter.
The groups -- Free Speech for People, Appalachian Voices and the Rainforest Action Network -- said 35,000 people signed the petition, which cites Massey's environmental record and its role in the Upper Big Branch explosion that killed 29 miners in West Virginia last year.
CONTACT: Daniel Kessler, 510-501-1779 DATE: Sept. 16, 2011 FOR RELEASE: Immediate
DELAWARE ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKED TO REVOKE MASSEY ENERGY’S CORPORATE CHARTER
FREE SPEECH FOR PEOPLE, APPALACHIAN VOICES, AND RAINFOREST ACTION NETWORK SAY MOVE CAUSED BY ‘A SHOCKING CORPORATE CULTURE OF ILLEGALITY’ (1)
The Montana Lawyer Chapter along with the University of Montana School of Law Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society Present:
Introduction and Questions by:
Former Montana Solicitor General; Part- Professor, University of Montana School of Law
The Last Mountain
Delaware Art Museum
2301 Kentmere Parkway
Friday, September 16
Free and open to the public
August 31, 2011
Ed Koch, Former NYC Mayor
August 30, 2011
CHARLIE NEIBERGALL - Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney reacts to a heckler during a campaign stop at the Iowa State Fair on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011, in Des Moines.
Provoked by a grass-roots activist who refused to take spin for an answer, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney revealed his true feelings.
It’s not just conservatives on the U.S. Supreme Court who think that corporations should enjoy the same protections and privileges as human beings.
City Council votes 6-3 to put referendum on November ballot
By Laura Snider Camera Staff Writer
Posted: 08/16/2011 10:55:27 PM MDT
The City Council voted 6-3 to put the referendum on the November ballot after hearing from more than 30 members of the public who supported the ballot measure. The council meeting was also packed with more than 100 people who held up yellow signs reading "yes" in support of letting voters weigh in on the issue.