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Green Activists, Pipeline Foes Aim at Gov. McAuliffe 

More than 600 protesters stage march to Executive Mansion.

click to enlarge Tidwell, with fossil fuel "brides" and a mockup of Terry McAuliffe, addresses the demonstration. - SCOTT ELMQUIST
  • Scott Elmquist
  • Tidwell, with fossil fuel "brides" and a mockup of Terry McAuliffe, addresses the demonstration.
More than 600 protesters from throughout the state gathered at Brown's Island Saturday and marched to the Executive Mansion to protest Gov. Terry McAuliffe's policies promoting fossil fuel and controversial natural gas pipelines. Mike Tidewell of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network addresses a crowd before a mockup of McAuliffe and his brides from the oil, gas and coal industries.
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