Opponents of Bradwood Landing LNG Proposal Seek State Investigation of Polling Practices

As a referendum approaches on the Clatsop County (Ore.) Board of Commissioners’ decision to allow the construction of natural gas pipelines on land designated as open space, parks, or recreational, The Oregonian reports that opponents of the proposed Bradwood Landing LNG terminal have requested that Oregon’s secretary of state investigate what project opponents describe as “illegal push polls.”

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