Responsible pipeline projects will benefit W.Va.
The State Journal
While the Mountain Valley Pipeline will span 303 miles and pass through 11 West Virginia counties on its way to Virginia, much of the recent focus has been in Monroe County.
There’s where a handful of protesters tried to slow progress with tree-cutting efforts needed to clear the pipeline’s pathway. The protestors took to living in trees to keep the development at bay.
While all that makes for great theatrics, its gives the perception that the pipeline faces a huge amount of protest. The exact opposite is quite true in most regions and even in Monroe County, the pipeline has its supporters…(Read the full story)