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In order for Reed's bill to succeed we need to show our support for it, and I mean NOW! Please print the attached file, complete your information at the bottom, and mail it in to the address at the top of the letter. Have all of your family, friends, and acquaintances do the same. To save postage four such letters can be mailed in one envelope.

 

United States Congressman Tom Reed
89 W. Market Street
Corning, NY 14830

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Donald Trump appoints Upstate NY congressman vice chair of transition team

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President-elect Donald Trump has appointed a second congressman from Upstate New York to a leadership post on his presidential transition team.

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Donald Trump appoints Upstate NY congressman vice chair of transition team
Posted: December 6th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President-elect Donald Trump has appointed a second congressman from Upstate New York to a leadership post on his presidential transition team.

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What Will the Trump Effect Be on Energy?
Posted: November 23rd, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.What Will the Trump Effect Be on Energy?

The Trump win and widespread Republican gains down ballot suggest many possible changes in the US energy scene even as radicals snipe away in irrelevancy. By a narrow margin, Measure Z was approved by residents of Monterey County, California.  The ballot initiative, which would ban fracking in Monterey (where it does not currently happen anyway), also bans new oil wells, injection wells [ ... ]

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'It turned into a war': Pipeline workers thrown into the middle of protests
Posted: November 23rd, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

Cory Bryson, 32, has known about the Dakota Access Pipeline since 2013. He attended public hearings in 2014, when he spoke with landowners, residents, legal staff and representatives of Energy Transfer Partners, the parent company building the pipeline. He recalls there would be a minimum of 50 people at each meeting – none of whom represented the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. He said th [ ... ]

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Even the loony left hates Cuomo’s electric-bill hikes
Posted: November 18th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc. Andrew Cuomo

Every once in a while, even the loony left is right — and so it is with the attacks on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s insane energy schemes by the group Stop the Cuomo Tax.

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President Trump Will Make America's Energy Sector Great Again
Posted: November 11th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.President Trump Will Make America's Energy Sector Great Again

We’ll see more fracking, more pipelines, a defanged EPA, and no carbon tax.  As he declared in his victory speech last night, President Trump will root his efforts to make America great again in vast infrastructure projects, tax cuts and pro-business policies that he says will result in millions of new jobs and economic growth. That’s good for steel and concrete suppliers (Nuco [ ... ]

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GOP says study beats back Obama fear mongering on fracking
Posted: November 11th, 2016 | Author: JLCNY Fracking is a drilling method that uses a mixture of sand and water injected deep underground to break up shale rock to release oil and natural gas embedded in the stone. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

Republicans are praising a new report on fracking that "puts to rest" an Obama administration push to link increased drilling to drinking water contamination. The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality's "thorough investigation over the past several years has come to a close and confirms what we've known all along: hydraulic fracturing has not impacted drinking water resources," said Sen. Ji [ ... ]

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JOINT LANDOWNERS COALITION OF NEW YORK ENDORSEMENTS
Posted: November 4th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

Attached is a list of endorsements by the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, Inc. for several important elections. Each candidate we have endorsed has shown a commitment to landowner rights and energy development and is vital in moving our agenda forward. Our endorsements signal the JLCNY’s strong belief that we should support those candidates who stand up for our rights in the face of [ ... ]

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Otsego County Pipeline Support Urges Cuomo Approval
Posted: November 4th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,   A very interesting article appeared recently about how Otsego County leaders have urged Cuomo to approve the pipeline he has effectively stalled to the detriment of Otsego county and its residents. Please read the article here...   http://allotsego.com/county-cuomo-approve-pipeline/   In case that link doesn't function properly the ar [ ... ]

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Debbie Preston's "Thank You" for Endorsement and Support for NG Development
Posted: November 4th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,   Last week the JLCNY issued a list of endorsements for the 2016 election.   More recently we received the email forwarded below in which Debbie Preston expresses her gratitude for the endorsement and support for our mutual cause. I hope you will enjoy reading it as much as I did.   Finally, to echo Debbie's advice, please do every [ ... ]

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COUNTY TO CUOMO: APPROVE PIPELINE
Posted: November 4th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.COUNTY TO CUOMO: APPROVE PIPELINE

The county representatives who drafted the letter to Governor Cuomo, approved today, are Jim Powers, R-Butternuts, left, and Ed Frazier, R-Unadilla, right. Powers argued the poverty and lack of opportunity it contributing to the local heroin epidemic. Frazier said the Cuomo Administration promised natural gas, to Amphenol built a new plant in Sidney; now, it has reneged on the promise. (Jim Kevlin [ ... ]

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State Democrats want to drive Andrew Cuomo out of office
Posted: October 24th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

Disaffected Democrats furious with Gov. Cuomo after nine of his friends and donors were ensnared in a sprawling federal corruption scandal last week say they plan to run him out of office.

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Stop Sending Fracked Gas to NY, Says PA Senator Gene Yaw
Posted: October 17th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.Stop Sending Fracked Gas to NY, Says PA Senator Gene Yaw

Pennsylvania State Senator Gene Yaw is contemplating filing a bill to stop any fracked gas from PA from being transported to NY.  New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have started a peeing match he’ll end up losing, by denying permission to build the Constitution Pipeline. At a midstream (i.e. pipeline) conference held yesterday in Pennsylvania, one of the speakers, Pennsylvania Se [ ... ]

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Progress: U.S. Carbon Emissions Decline
Posted: October 17th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

Thanks mostly to less coal use at power plants, emissions in the first half of 2016 were lowest since 1991

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There’s NOAA Denying It: Methane Issue Isn’t One
Posted: October 14th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.There’s NOAA Denying It: Methane Issue Isn’t One

The lengths to which some warmists will go to blame natural gas for methane issues is amazing but there’s NOAA denying the industry isn’t the issue. NOAA–the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration–contains some of the biggest kool-aid drinking man-made global warming fanatics on the planet. So we found it interesting that the mighty NOAA has just released new rese [ ... ]

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Pennsylvania utility regulator criticizes Cuomo pipeline policy
Posted: October 5th, 2016 | Author: Joint Landowners Coalition of N.Y. Inc.

WASHINGTON — A utility regulator in Pennsylvania says the Cuomo administration’s lack of urgency toward building pipelines could create a “complete disaster” in power generation. At a natural gas conference in Washington on Tuesday, commissioner Robert Powelson of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission criticized New York’s cautious approach on pipeline capacity, [ ... ]

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