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A few years ago in New England:

Gas Pipeline Plans Face Stiff Opposition

"There's extreme opposition [to the pipeline proposal] in southern New Hampshire," said Maryann Harper, a Rindge, N.H., resident and a vocal critic of Northeast Energy Direct. "Almost every town along the pipeline route … has taken an official vote against the project."


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New York gets its natural gas from Pennsylvania since they won't develop their own resources. or build any pipelines.  Massachusetts brings in LNG from the Carribbean and Algeria to meet their full demand for natural gas.  It doesn't get any more bizarre than that when we have over 2 million miles of pipelines crisscrossing the country and that doesn't include transmission pipelines.  These states really need a wake up call.  Someday they will get it and they'll be heading to Florida.

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