April 25, 2005
A letter written by third year Tulane Law Student Helen Pope caught the attention of editors at National Public Radio, who read her letter on the April 21st broadcast of NPR's "Morning Edition."
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Pope criticized an NPR report about Liquified Natural Gas terminals proposed for the Gulf of Mexico and its insinuation that the terminals are '"welcome" in Cameron Parish. Quite the contrary, countered Pope, who cited a recently filed class action lawsuit, the largest and first of its kind against the "open loop" LNG terminals, as proof. Helen insisted that it's not just "englightened New Englanders" who are in on that fight. Louisiana is paying attention and acting first. You can listen to the letter's content and response by clicking below.