Squid games: R.I. fishermen sue to stop Vineyard Wind

THE NORTH KINGSTOWN-BASED SEAFREEZE SHORESIDE INC., along with two other Rhode Island fishing businesses and three plaintiffs from New York and Massachusetts, are suing the federal government to stop the Vineyard Wind project.
THE NORTH KINGSTOWN-BASED SEAFREEZE SHORESIDE INC., along with two other Rhode Island fishing businesses and three plaintiffs from New York and Massachusetts, are suing the federal government to stop the Vineyard Wind project.
PROVIDENCE – Three commercial fishing businesses from Rhode Island are suing to stop construction of the first major offshore wind facility in the U.S., claiming that federal officials flouted their statutory and regulatory responsibilities in a rush to approve the Vineyard Wind, which they said would make boat navigation in the 75,614-acre area around the…

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  1. Texas Public Policy Foundation? Don’t you just love how the oil and gas industry comes up with the clever names for their self-funded interest groups? This “foundation” doesn’t give a crap about these gullible fisherman at all. They just want to stop renewable energy development at all costs. These fishing grounds are not in any danger nor will these fishermen’s lives be impacted. Studies were already done on all of this. This lawsuit will be dismissed.