Procedural Win Will Allow Time to Protect Communities from LNG July 9, 2019

LNG train

LNG train in Florida. Photo: BBT609 / CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

PSR’s recent letter helped win an extension of the comment period for the proposal to allow transport of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail. The extension will give us time to register our concerns about the danger to life and limb of hauling highly flammable LNG through U.S. communities. Read our letter, cosigned by 77 other organizations—and watch for a future alert inviting you to submit comments.

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