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Opponents of the Jordan Cove LNG project proposed for Coos Bay attended a State Land Board meeting on Tuesday in Salem. Many of the opponents dressed in red to distinguish themselves from other attendees.

SALEM — Opponents of the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas project asked the State Land Board on Tuesday to decide whether the state should issue permits for parts of the project.

The interim director of the Department of State Lands, Stephanie Hallock Cummins, would normally make a decision on whether to approve two “removal fill” applications by developers of the Jordan Cove project and related pipeline. Under state law, the developers need the permits before any construction work in wetlands.

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