On behalf of Beyond Toxics, Crag Legal Fellow Maura Fahey drafted a petition to pressure the Department of Agriculture to release records regarding an investigation into a potentially illegal aerial herbicide spraying near Gold Beach. As a result, the Department of Justice recently ordered the release of the documents in question, marking an important step in Crag’s work with Beyond Toxics on this issue.
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- Feds Deny Jordan Cove LNG Terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline
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