Meet the People Making Life a Little More Difficult for FERC this Week May 26, 2015By Michael BrooksProtesters are descending on D.C. throughout this week to protest FERC and its approval of natural gas infrastructure projects. Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:Organic Farmer Turned Fracking Protester: ‘I Never Figured to be Engaged in Protest Activities’After fracking disrupted her life in Western Pennsylvania, organic farmer Maggie Henry joined the protesters who have become a regular feature of FERC's monthly meetings.Pipeline Protesters Force FERC to Close Monthly MeetingCiting safety concerns, FERC closed its monthly meeting to the public, allowing only staff, guests and press inside HQ.Protests Continue — on Camera — at FERCAbout 10 protesters were led or carried out of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s open meeting today after defying the commission’s “no interruptions” rule with chants of “Stop construction at Cove Point!” Protesters Force FERC to Close Monthly Meeting | PopularResistance.Org[…] Bay declined to say what activity the commission was expecting to take place. BXE’s modus operandi is to interrupt meetings with statements criticizing the commission’s approval of natural gas infrastructure before being escorted out by security. Known members have been barred from the meeting room, relegated to a side room to watch the meetings on TV. (SeeMeet the People Making Life a Little More Difficult for FERC this Week.) […]May 21, 2016 |Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.