McCollum event and J. in the news
From: Shannon Williams (
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 12:09:17 -0700 (PDT)
Hi everyone,

I'm going to tentatively plan to attend this event on October 21.  It sounds
like a good opportunity to learn about the new EPA rules, and depending on
what I learn, I can propose it as an action item at our next CCC meeting on
Nov. 14.


Shannon Williams

Social Justice Coordinator

First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

 <mailto:sjc [at]> sjc [at]

(612) 377-6608 x104




From: Alexis Williams [mailto:williams [at]] 
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2013 1:47 PM
To: cjordan021 [at]; nancy.miller [at]; mleussler [at];
sjc [at]
Cc: J. Drake Hamilton
Subject: McCollum event and J. in the news




J. asked me to send you more information at Congresswoman McCollum's climate
event. I also wanted to forward along two recent media pieces featuring J. 


J. was recently interviewed on WCCO which aired last night at 6pm (though
it's a bit brief), and a longer piece on AM950. 

.         WCCO evening news: New Study Paints Sweltering Picture of Future

.         AM950 Daily Report:


Hope you all have a wonderful weekend,




Alexis Williams, Policy Associate
Fresh Energy
651 726 7569 direct | 612 816 2647 cell
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Citizens' Hearing on Reducing Carbon Pollution from Power Plants

The EPA is taking its first steps under President Obama's Climate Action
Plan to reduce carbon pollution from power plants - the largest source of
carbon pollution in the United States

Hosted by Congresswoman Betty McCollum at Hamline University School of Law

Hamline University School of Law, Room 105

Monday, October 21, 2013, from 11 am to 12:30 pm

1536 Hewitt Ave. St. Paul MN 55104

Map/Directions <>  

Free and open to the public! Free pizza at this lunchtime event!


Minnesota Congresswoman Betty McCollum is holding a citizens' hearing on the
EPA's proposed rule to reduce carbon pollution from power plants, scheduled
for St. Paul on Monday, October 21, from 11 am to 12:30 pm. The event is
free and open to the public.   In addition to Rep. McCollum, panelists will
include invited speakers from labor, youth, clean energy, and health


Learn more about the EPA"s proposed rule here.


Hosts: Hamline University School of Law, Congresswoman Betty McCollum


For more information, please contact J. Drake Hamilton at
Hamilton [at]


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