Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Should be a live one

The State Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is meeting in Baton Rouge this morning to discuss the SLFPA-E lawsuit against oil and gas.  The Lens is "live-blogging" the event here.
Attorneys for the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East say they have accepted an invitation from coastal chief Garret Graves to present their client’s case for its controversial lawsuit against oil and gas companies for coastal land loss – which Graves strongly opposes.

The official agenda for the meeting does not show an appearance by the attorneys, but rather by Flood Protection Authority commissioner Stephen Estopinal. Graves is listed to speak on the same agenda item, as is The Lens’ opinion columnist Mark Moseley, who has written about the issue.
Should be fun. 

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