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December 4, 2016 in Press

CREDO Action Statement on Major Setback for Dakota Access Pipeline

“While we are thrilled that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe got the justice they deserve today, we can be sure Donald Trump won’t let this stand without a fight,” he added. “We will continue fighting with every tool at our disposal to make sure the Dakota Access pipeline is never completed.”

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November 2, 2016 in Press

CREDO to Obama: Summon the courage to just say #NoDAPL

FYI – CREDO, which has collected more than 370,000 petition signatures against the Dakota Access pipeline, released the statement below in response to President Obama’s remarks on the pipeline: “President Obama’s…

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October 27, 2016 in Press

CREDO blasts Clinton advisor’s reckless, dangerous and irresponsible views on Iran

FYI – CREDO released the statement below in response to former CIA Director Michael Morell’s suggestion that the United States should start a war with Iran to protect Saudi Arabia’s interests…

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In the News

December 5, 2016 in In the news

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: Credo Mobile reveals FBI sought customers’ phone records

In a rare disclosure of previously secret documents, San Francisco telecom company Credo Mobile has identified itself as the recipient of two FBI national security letters demanding customer phone records.

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December 5, 2016 in In the news

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: SF protesters urge Sen. Feinstein to reject all Trump appointees

The organizers collected 32,000 signatures from California and 155,000 total nationwide to obstruct “racists, hate mongers, Wall Street shills and corporate lobbyists” from gaining a seat in the Trump administration, said Heidi Hess, the senior campaign manager of CREDO Action.

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November 23, 2016 in In the news

USA TODAY: 4 ways the Dakota Access Pipeline could be stopped

Josh Nelson, deputy political director for the progressive protest group Credo Action, hopes to see President Obama or the next president shutter Dakota Access altogether. More than 378,000 people have signed a petition asking the White House to take executive action and shut down construction its construction. “The only resolution that we’re going to accept is shutting it down entirely,” Nelson said.

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