KS Grass-Roots Action

KS Says NO to NAU - State Rep. Judy Morrison - Hearing on Resolution against KS Participation in North American Union

2008-03-18 00:20
2008-03-18 02:10
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Hearing on a resolution against KS participation in the North American Union!
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There is a hearing on a resolution by Judy Morrison at the KS state house on St. Patrick's Day, Monday, Mar 17, 2008, at 1:30 PM Central time in room 313-S (third floor, south wing, the "old supreme court room"). The resolution is supposed to be against KS participation in the NAU/SPP.

Please let everyone know about the meeting. Perhaps bring some medium sized posters with anti-NAU, pro-American sovereignty themes.

Petition: KDHE: Request Hearing on Permit Application for Ethanex Ethanol Plant at Jeffrey Energy Center

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Kansas Department of Health and Environment
The Division of Environment
Bureau of Air and Radiation
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 310 - Topeka, KS 66612-1366
Phone: 785-296-1593 - Fax: 785-296-7455
http://www.kdheks.gov/bar/index.html

Terry Tavener. Air Quality Engineer
Phone: 785-296-1570 or 785-296-1581
Fax: 785-291-3953
EMail: ttavener@kdhe.state.ks.us

We (signed below) have several urgent concerns regarding the impact of the construction and operation of the Ethenex Ethanol Plant at Jeffrey Energy Center on the surrounding environment and residents and their property.

We therefore ask for a public hearing on the permit application for the proposed Ethenex Ethanol Plant at Jeffrey Energy Center to address these concerns and to make sure there is ample time for local residents to participate, even those with limited time in their busy work-schedule.

1. Concern for Impact on the Environment

2. Concern for Impact on Traffic

3. Concern for Taking of Private Property

4. Concern for Limited Availability of Important Details

5. Concern for Redress and Damages

A NEW DECLARATION

Ron Paul Weekly Column July 3,2006

July 3, 2006

On the fourth day of July, in 1776, a small group of men, representing 13 colonies in the far-off Americas, boldly told the most powerful nation on earth that they were free.

They declared, in terms that still are radical today, that all men are created equal, and endowed with certain inalienable rights that government neither grants nor can take away.

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