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Indigenous Leaders From Nova Scotia Join CCAN Action Fund in DC to Denounce Washington Gas

Last Thursday, two grandmothers from the Mi’kmaq tribe in Nova Scotia – Cheryl and April Maloney – joined CCAN Action Fund and other environmental and community groups to decry immoral gas giant Washington Gas, which has been trying to bleed DMV residents for cash while keeping the region hooked on unhealthy, climate-warming methane gas.

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ICYMI: D.C. Councilmember Allen Joins Interfaith, Housing, Climate Advocates Pushing to End Wasteful Fossil Fuel Investments

D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen yesterday joined a coalition of interfaith, housing, and climate advocates to call on the District to invest in a healthier, more affordable future by ending wasteful fossil fuel investments.

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DC Public Service Commissioner Says Controversial Pipeline Plan is Not “Just and Reasonable Or Otherwise in the Public Interest”

D.C. Public Service Commissioner Says Controversial Pipeline Plan is Not “Just and Reasonable or Otherwise in the Public Interest” In Split Decision, the D.C. PSC Nonetheless Votes to Extend Washington Gas’s “Project Pipes” Plan That Has Been Widely Criticized by D.C. Councilmembers, Ratepayers, DOEE, and others. WASHINGTON, D.C. – D.C. Public Service Commissioner Richard Beverly

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