More than 45 people voted in OREPA’s unscientific Tax Day poll—April Madness—on Market Square in Knoxville. Votes were pretty evenly split between Education, Environment and Health Care—and not one person voted for the UPF bomb plant. Passersby voted with basketballs—but no matter which basket they chose, “Senator” Lamar Alexander diverted the ball into his bomb plant basket.
UPF lawsuit documents
Motion for Summary Judgment (18 February 2019):
Memo in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment filed on February 18, 2019: Summary-Judgment-Memo.pdf
Amended Complaint filed on October 12, 2018: Amended-Complaint-for-relief.pdf
Briefing schedule (as of October 2018): Briefing-schedule.pdf
Final Supplement Analysis 2018, released September 5, 2018:SA-Final-2018.pdf
Comments submitted, July 2018, on the Supplement Analysis: SA-comments-2018.pdf
Attachments to comments submitted, July 2018, on the NNSA’s Supplement Analysis: Attachments-to-SA-comments.pdf
Complaint filed on July 20: Complaint-for-relief.pdf
Motion for change of venue:Motion-for-venue-change.pdf
Memo supporting change of venue motion: Memo-supporting-venue-change.pdf
Declaration by Geoffrey Beausoleil: Beausoleil-declaration.pdf
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