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After Gas Ban Repeal, City and Community Agree to Continue Climate Discussions

"Late Monday night [July 10], the Eugene City Council voted unanimously to repeal a ban on fossil fuel infrastructure in new low-rise residential buildings, a ban originally passed in February. So why the sudden change?"

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Community Leaders Speak to Media About Gas Ban

On June 27, a group of community leaders joined us in expressing concern to local media over a gas ban in Eugene. 

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The Oregonian Editorial: Posturing trumps good policy in Eugene’s natural-gas ban

"The Eugene City Council didn’t want voters to decide whether the city should ban natural gas hookups in new homes. It wasn’t a question for them to resolve, the council concluded. Unfortunately, the council majority failed to realize that it wasn’t something they should determine either."

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