Vue Weekly Talks with RETA about Power Line Controversy
Listen to this Sept. 7th interview that RETA’s President Bruce Johnson gave to Vue Weekly. Bruce focuses on the fact that the government has never satisfactorily proven that the proposed 14.5 billion dollars in power line infrastructure projects are even needed and furthermore that the government has used Bill 50 to undermine and stifle any sort of public ability to question the validity of the projects. The necessity to bury any high voltage lines near homes, schools and daycares in order to mitigate any health or property value risks is also discussed. Please listen to the Vue Weekly Podcast.
~ by RETA on September 13, 2010.
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