I am a Kentuckian who wants to safeguard our farmland, protect our water, and keep our people healthy. I ask elected officials and everyone who cares about our community and commonwealth to work together to stop the Bluegrass Pipeline.

As many as 18 Kentucky counties are within the possible path of a new pipeline that would carry natural gas liquids from the fracking fields of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio to the export terminals of the Gulf Coast.

Kentucky can have a bright future. But the "Bluegrass Pipeline" would jeopardize our land, water, and economic viability. We don't want it in our commonwealth. Sign on to ask the Governor to add the following to the call in August, 2013 for the special session of the General Assembly:

1. Amend KRS 278.704 through 278.712 to include "natural gas liquid pipelines" in the requirements for advance scrutiny for public safety and environmental standards as well as for review and approval of such pipelines.

2. Limit eminent domain powers to utility-owned pipelines.

Together, we can keep Kentucky whole!

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