Representative Carl Perry offer his take on the CO2 pipeline debate

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- District 3 Representative Carl Perry commented on various issues involving Summit Carbon Solutions and their attempt to get a CO2 pipeline through the northeast part of the state.

Perry talks whether the surveying work was done on Jared Bossly’s was legal.

Governor Noem commented to KWAT about how the legislature didn’t do anything for landowners for this session.  The South Dakota House voted in favor however the Senate Commerce rejected it on a 9-0 vote.  Perry talks how this could be political despite eight of the nine members of that committee begin Republican.

One of the Republican in that committee is the President Pro Temp Lee Schoenbeck.  Schoenbeck is an avid supporter of this pipeline.  Perry discuss how he could be wrong.

Coming up on Thursday will be a landowner’s rally that will take place at the state Capital called Property Rights Roundup.  Perry talks about one of the goals is to get Governor Noem to call for a special session to address the pipelines.

Perry acknowledge the tactics he would like to use to address Governor Noem.

Perry sent a letter out expressing his view on the application by Summit to the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.

Among those that responded back was Commissioner Gary Hanson of the PUC.

The full interview is on