CEA President David Holt’s latest op-ed appeared in the Grand Forks Herald.

Susan Sarandon headlined a small group of sign-carrying activists who recently protested the Dakota Access Pipeline by rallying outside the U.S. District Court in Washington. Shailene Woodley also attended – just weeks after she and Rosario Dawson made headlines by attending a rally against energy at Union Square in New York City. All three are backing a “Keep It in the Ground” movement supported by a vocal minority that claims energy production and infrastructure on public and private lands is no-no, regardless of any safety or regulatory stringency or impact on families and small businesses who can’t afford higher energy bills. But studies show the failed logic of this movement.

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