West Memphis plant inauguration today

Allied project took congressional flak

A new $15 million manufacturing plant and testing laboratory in West Memphis with close ties to the Clean Line Energy project, which is roundly opposed by Arkansas’ delegation in Congress, officially opens today.

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KnuckleBall says...

It is still amazing that the fools we have in Washington are opposing the Clean Energy Powerlines just because the former president was all for it....!!!!

They do support the pipeline that could contaminate thousands of gallons of drinking water for thousands of people downstream...!!!! When the cheap pipe supplied by a Russian company in Canada starts leaking from the Very Corrosive Crude that will flow through it. This just because the current idiot in the White House is in favor of it...!!!

There is thousands of feet pipe for this pipeline sitting in Pulaski County, made in Arkansas.

They support dirty corrosive crude over clean energy, just goes to show you what they think about their State....

Posted 21 April 2017, 10:01 p.m. Suggest removal

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