If our public works are meant to serve the public, then all of our voices need to be included. Kim Sudderth of Mothers Out Front Hampton Roads is #InTheNews:
Before an influential planning commission was set to publicly debate throwing its support behind the 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline, the group’s executive director went back and forth with an employee of one of the pipeline’s chief proponents, according to emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Kim Sudderth, a senior organizer with the climate-change focused advocacy group Mothers Out Front, said the people who would be directly affected by the pipeline have been left out of the conversation.
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