It’s my property, so I’ve earned the right to do what I want and tell people to get off my lawn, right? Wrong. Well, sometimes.
In the latest episode of On Deadline, Kendra Nichols, Dennis Owens, and Amanda St. Hilaire discuss recent pipeline controversy and the battle that goes along with weighing individual property rights vs. collective public benefits. They also talk about a new effort to improve television news coverage so as to better hold public leaders accountable, along with the latest Donald Trump criticisms and responses leading up to his inauguration.
Below are links and references from this week’s episode:
- Lancaster Against Pipelines holds protest, encampment for proposed $3 billion project
- Newville farmer says Sunoco pipeline work interfering with business
- Pipeline Task Force holds first meeting
- Cumberland County landowner continues to fight Sunoco pipeline
- Opinion: ABC27 changes to put the ‘public’ back in public meetings