Line 5 Opponents Speak Out at Public Hearing on Controversial Pipeline Project

Hundreds of people turned out at Northwood Technical College in Ashland, where the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held a public hearing on Enbridge Energy’s controversial proposal to construct a new segment of its Line 5 oil pipeline. Prior to the hearing, a group of Tribal leaders, environmental advocates and community members held a press conference to highlight increasing public opposition to the plan.

Environmental and Public Health Groups Call on Governor to Veto Pro-Polluter PFAS Bill

More than a dozen Wisconsin environmental and public health groups joined MEA in sending a joint letter urging Governor Evers to veto Senate Bill 312, a PFAS bill that fails to deliver much-needed aid to communities impacted by PFAS contamination and ultimately leaves those communities worse off by letting polluters off the hook for their fair share of cleanup costs.

March Newsletter

Check out our March newsletter to learn about a legal dispute over Wisconsin’s Spills Law that will likely be decided by the state Supreme Court, a new film about Tribal resistance to Enbridge Line 5, and a lawsuit that seeks to make state government more responsive to Wisconsinites concerned about a clean environment.

February Newsletter

Check out our February newsletter to learn about an important legal victory that preserves environmental oversight of factory farms, a proposal to speed up lead pipe replacement, a water pollution success story and much more!