In a story for The Intercept, Alleen Brown and I reported on the latest in a wave of state bills aimed at criminalizing resistance to fossil fuel installations in the US.  We focused, in particular, on a Louisiana bill to criminalize the activities of groups protesting the extraction, burning, and transport of oil and gas amid the fight over the Bayou Bridge Pipeline in Louisiana.  And we looked at a Minnesota bill that would create harsh new penalties for protesting such infrastructure just as the struggle against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline ramps up in the state. Click here to keep reading. >>

Louisiana and Minnesota Introduce Anti-Protest Bills Amid Fights Over Bayou Bridge and Enbridge Pipelines (March 31, 2018)