Speech to Text for Wyden Discusses LNG Pipeline
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pipeline was a topic many wanted updates on. it's what buffi vega out of gold hill wanted to hear about the most buffi says: "it's just, it's just very scary. because they've already had an explosion up in british columbia and if it happens here we already know what fire does to this area so it's jsut very scary." and she's far from happy with wyden's response to a question about what he thinks about the jordan cove lng pipeline. buffi says: "i think he's wavering." senator wyden says he's sticking to the position he's had over the last six years. ron says; "i made a pledge that i wouldn't put my thumb on the scale and i'm sticking to it." the jordan cove energy project, known also as the lng pipeline, would move compressed natural gas through the state near malin in klamath county to an export facility is coos bay. they say there's going to be all these jobs, there's not going to be all these jobs. and the leaking of the lng, it's scary." vega says she wants wyden to take a stand against the pipeline. andryanna says: "this isn't senator wyden's last stop in oregon. he's holding more town halls across the state, you can find out where and when on our website, kdrv dot com. in medford, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." senator wyden also stopped by our studio this afternoon. sat down with him and talked about the 2020 election. senator wyden also stopped by