February 19, 2014: Nebraska Law re: Keystone XL Pipeline Declared Unconstitutional by Judge


Judge ripped up a Nebraska state law today that would have allowed the Governor to force landowners to allow the pipeline on their property. Unless this is overturned by a higher court, the ruling may put the project on hold indefinitely because the pipeline builder, TransCanada Corp., might be forced to seek permission from every single landowner on the route.

See article here.

Author: Wendy Buckley

Wendy has been in the hazardous materials industry for over 17 years. She worked for both the Federal Railroad Administration and New Jersey State Department of Transportation as a Railroad Hazardous Materials Safety Inspector. Wendy was an Investigator with the Office of Inspector General at Amtrak, a Multi-Modal HazMat Instructor and Auditor with a premier training and consulting company, and managed the Regulatory Affairs department at a multi-billion dollar, multi-national laboratory supply company. Wendy started her career as a Hazardous Materials Technician and Firefighter and today she is the President & Founder of Specialty Transportation and Regulatory Services, a hazardous materials and hazardous waste management consulting firm. Wendy has multiple degrees from several private and public Universities.