CEA’s Brydon Ross was interviewed regarding the extralegal actions taken by the Obama administration for infrastructure permitting.
“We remain concerned that what’s happened with the administration is that it’s created a brand new process for review that doesn’t really seem to have an end,” said Brydon Ross with the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA). “It’s not on any regulatory statute that I know of. The project’s in limbo based on the whims of activist groups.”
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