Members of RedLine Tacoma gather in Northeast Tacoma on May 17, 2016 to demonstrate their opposition to a liquified natural gas plant that is proposed for the Tacoma Tideflats. They are, right to left, Nanette Reetz, Patty Walker and Amy Siltanen.
Members of RedLine Tacoma gather in Northeast Tacoma on May 17, 2016 to demonstrate their opposition to a liquified natural gas plant that is proposed for the Tacoma Tideflats. They are, right to left, Nanette Reetz, Patty Walker and Amy Siltanen. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Members of RedLine Tacoma gather in Northeast Tacoma on May 17, 2016 to demonstrate their opposition to a liquified natural gas plant that is proposed for the Tacoma Tideflats. They are, right to left, Nanette Reetz, Patty Walker and Amy Siltanen. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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