Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for October 2, 2018

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By Chris Philips,
Managing Editor  
H.L Mencken said, “When A injures B on the pretense of saving X, A is a scoundrel.”

A joint amicus brief filed in US District Court by the attorneys general of Montana, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, Utah and South Dakota, takes to task the state of Washington for interfering with the development of terminals from which these states can export their coal.  
The suit names Washington Governor Jay Inslee, Director of the Department of Ecology Maia Bellon and commissioner of public lands, Hillary Franz, and asserts that the plaintiff states “have a broad interest in ensuring that no single state can engage in a pattern of discrimination that results in control over any other state’s ability to engage in a lawful activity involving interstate or foreign … 
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
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Story1Port of Camas-Washougal Adds Acreage
By Karen Robes Meeks
The Port of Camas-Washougal announced in August that it finalized purchase of the former Hambleton Lumber Co. site, an 11-acre property along the Columbia River near… (Read full article)
Story2Kalama Adding Tenants
By Karen Robes Meeks
The Port of Kalama, Washington will soon welcome Bridger Steel and Marco Industries to its port. Both businesses are moving into the… (Read full article)
Story3Port of LA Project Wins Engineering Award
By Karen Robes Meeks

The Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers has named the Port of Los Angeles’s Harbor Boulevard and … 
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Story4Long Beach Will Tackle Global Warming
By Karen Robes Meeks

The Port of Long Beach is launching the World Ports Climate Action Program with ports in Los Angeles, Rotterdam, Barcelona, Antwerp and Vancouver, Canada in an effort… 
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