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By LuAnn Schindler

Commissioners learn how Iowa landowners are battling a proposed carbon-capture pipeline


Elizabeth Odell | SAM

Pipeline concerns • (l-r): Tammy Kobza, field representative for the John Birch Society, converses with with Antelope County Clerk Lisa Payne while waiting for a microphone during the May 9 commissioners' meeting in Neligh. Kobza addressed concerns about a proposed carbon-capture pipeline, scheduled to cross the county.

A proposed carbon-capture pipeline, scheduled to cross Antelope and Holt counties, is an example of "environmentalism gone amok," according to an Iowa resident who addressed Antelope County Commissioners, May 9.

Tammy Kobza, a Nebraska native who serves as a field representative for The John Birch Society, said Nebraskans can learn a lot about landowner rights and eminent domain by watching their eastern neighbors battle Summit Carbon Solutions. The Iowa-based company seeks to construct a 2,000-mile pipeline, traversing four states, to capture carbon dioxide emissions from ethanol and other...

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