Sen. Lieberman Affirms Opposition to Broadwater LNG Proposal

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Ned Lamont have accused Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.) of  furthering the Broadwater LNG terminal by voting for the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which critics say gives New York and Connecticut little input on the siting of the facility. However, Lieberman’s campaign spokesperson refuted the claim, saying that the senator “would strongly consider federal legislation designed to keep the facility out of the Sound.” The Greenwich Time has the story.

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