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Domina and Jorde Discuss TransCanada's Tactics in Obtaining Land for it's Pipeline and the Legislatures Unprecedented Special Session on Pipeline Laws

Domina and Jorde Discuss TransCanada's Tactics in Obtaining Land for it's Pipeline and the Legislatures Unprecedented Special Session on Pipeline Laws

Some lawmakers and Nebraska landowners are pushing for regulations and penalties to put an end to pipeline official bullying. Many say pipeline officials pushed eminent domain on landowners before the route had even received federal and state approval, which should be considered a crime in the eyes of many. Currently, there are no pipeline laws to stop such practice in the state. According to David Domina, many people were told they'd be taken to court if they didn't sign the TransCanada easement to allow the pipeline to run through their property. Without state and federal pipeline approval, pipeline officials could have taken no such action, so their litigious statements were a false representation. Domina Law Group is representing 45 of these landowners who have been threatened with eminent domain before pipeline approval. .

Listed below are various articles and videos discussing TransCanada and Nebraska pipeline laws:

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