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Please Join Us for LSI’s Columbia River Treaty Conference

Please join us for Law Seminar International’s Columbia River Treaty Conference, which will be held here in Seattle on September 22 & 23, 2014. The conference is …

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“September 16: Pivot Point for the Columbia River Treaty and the Future of the Columbia River Basin”: Eric Christensen Publishes Article in “The Water Report”

We’re proud to announce that GTH partner Eric Christensen has published an article in the July 2014 issue of The Water Report, one of the most respected …

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Bureau of Reclamation Issues Policy Prohibiting Use of Federal Water for Marijuana Cultivation, But Policy May Lack Teeth

Yesterday, the Bureau of Reclamation issued a policy prohibiting the use of water supplied by the Bureau for the cultivation of marijuana. The Bureau’s policy is important …

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Pot, Power & Pollution: The Overlooked Impacts of Marijuana Legalization on Utilities and the Environment

Last month, Washington issued its first license for a legal marijuana grow operation under Initiative 502 (“I-502”), the marijuana legalization measure adopted by Washington voters in November …

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The Department of Defense Seeks Contracts for Purchase of Renewable Energy Credits

The Defense Logistics Agency today issued a presolicitation notice indicating that it will seek Basic Ordering Agreements (“BOAs”) for the purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates (“RECs”) by …

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Pew Study Documents Progress in Military Renewables, Reliability and Efficiency Efforts

The U.S. military is making substantial progress toward its goals of acquiring 3 GW of renewable energy by 2025, substantially reducing energy use, and improving the reliability …

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Feds Propose Simplified Transmission Siting Process

The U.S. Department of Energy recently requested comment on a proposed “Integrated Inter-Agency Preapplication Process” for electric transmission projects that may simplify the notoriously difficult transmission siting …

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A Fair Wind Blows: Washington Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Whistling Ridge Wind Project

Yesterday the Washington Supreme Court rejected a challenge to former Governor Christine Gregiore’s approval of a 35-MW wind farm in Skamania County proposed by Whistling Ridge Energy, …

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