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Bi-State counties oppose Senate legislation

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News in Jefferson Country  

June 4, 2014


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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: On Monday, June 2nd, U.S. Senate members of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee received letters from Siskiyou and Klamath Counties asking them to oppose U.S. Senate Bill 2379. The letter was written last week and signed by four Siskiyou County Supervisors and the three Klamath County Commissioners as a bi-state alliance opposing the destruction of four Klamath River hydro-electric dams.

Senate Bill 2379 is the legislation from Oregon U.S. Senator Ron Wyden’s Task Force that seeks to find funding to the tune of $250 million dollars to provide for part of the cost of Klamath dam removal.

Tom Mallams, vice chair of the Klamath County Commissioners, is pleased with the combined efforts of both counties saying “constructive opposition can conduct change” and that there are “plenty of alternatives” to demolition of the dams. Mallams added that both counties were not included in Senator Wyden’s Task Force, which left Klamath and Siskiyou citizens without a voice.

The joint letter explained that environmental risks, losses of water supply, loss of flood control and loss of clean energy are foolish proposals. This is the first time the two counties have collaborated an opposition, although both counties have individually voiced frustrations against the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement and the Klamath Hydro-electric Settlement Agreement, which also demand destruction four Klamath River dams. The U.S. Senate Committee was expected to hear Senator Wyden’s Task Force legislation on Tuesday, June 3rd.

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Video – Scientist Paul R. Houser Ph.D. speaking in Yreka, CA on May 7

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Thank you Robert Exter of Redding Tea Party for this youtube video. It is much appreciated.  — Editor Liz Bowen

Cal-Ore Bi-State Alliance invited Dr. Houser out to the Klamath and Siskiyou area of the Klamath Basin to visit and speak May 5-9, 2012.

It was well worth the time for EVERYONE involved.

On May 7, 2012, renowned scientist, Paul R. Houser, Ph.D. spoke to 300 Siskiyou County citizens and explained why he filed a serious “whistleblower” complaint with the federal Office of Special Council after being “fired” by the federal Dept. of Interior.

What was the federal officials’ issue with Dr. Houser?

He questioned the PROCESS that was used to promote destruction of four hydro-electric dams on the Klamath River AND cited flawed science and politically-based conclusions regarding salmon restoration in the Klamath Basin.

In this video, Siskiyou Co. Sheriff Jon Lopey introduces Dr. Paul R. Houser to a crowd in Yreka, CA.

Before being fired, Dr. Houser was the top scientist in the federal government charged with “integrity review” of science projects within the Dept. of Interior.


Please check back as a PAGE will soon be dedicated to Dr. Houser on Pie N Politics.com

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‘Whistleblower’ will speak about Klamath dam removals; scientist’s advice opposed their removal

Agriculture, Agriculture - California, Bi-State Alliance, Dept. Fish & Game, Endangered Species Act, Federal gov & land grabs, KBRA or KHSA, Klamath River & Dams, Paul R. Houser Ph.D. scientist, Sham Science, Whistleblowers

PNP comment: As a preface to this article, Dr. Paul R. Houser’s whistleblower complaint is moving forward. It has been deemed to “have merit.” And he really didn’t oppose the removal of the dams, he questioned the flaws in the science being used to promote the destruction of the dams. — Editor Liz Bowen

  • By Alayna Shulman

  • Posted May 4, 2012 at 11:44 p.m.

  • Redding Record Searchlight

A federal agency’s former scientific integrity adviser who filed a whistle-blower complaint in February, saying he was fired for his findings on a controversial proposal to remove dams in Siskiyou County, will speak at a meeting Monday in Yreka.

Paul R. Houser will address his complaint at the meeting of the Cal-Ore Bi-State Alliance at 6:30 p.m. in the Flower Building of the Siskiyou County fairgrounds, 1712 Fairlane Road.

Houser filed the complaint with the Department of the Interior in late February.

This week, Houser, who lives in Maryland and teaches at George Mason University in Virginia, said the chance of his case succeeding seems slim, but he’s not giving up hope that his complaint will be acknowledged.

“The success rate of cases like mine is very low,” he said. “The laws are pretty stacked against employees, and even though … I took all this training about the No FEAR Act and whistle-blower protection … when it comes down to it, I’m finding that the protection is much weaker than they claim.”

Kate Kelly, a spokeswoman for the Department of the Interior, said in an email to the Record Searchlight that Houser’s complaint is still being reviewed.

Houser said attorneys he has met with have estimated it would cost at least $50,000 to pursue a legal case if his complaint is denied, and he’s hoping for pro bono legal representation if that’s what happens.

He was hired by the Bureau of Reclamation in April 2011 to check the integrity of studies on the Klamath dam removal.

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Fired scientist Dr. Paul R. Houser will speak in Klamath and Siskiyou May 6-7

Bi-State Alliance, Paul R. Houser Ph.D. scientist, Whistleblowers

Attend  a  meeting with

Federal Whistleblower

Paul R. Houser, Ph.D.


Sunday, May 6 in Klamath Falls at Triad School

2450 Summers Lane

Time is: 5 p.m.


Monday, May 7 in Yreka at Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds

East side of I-5 at Exit 773

Time is: 6:30 p.m.

In February, Dr. Houser was fired for his allegations of scientific and scholarly misconduct regarding the federal government’s environmental reports on the Klamath dams. He then sent a letter to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors asking for support.

Dr. Houser was hired by the Bureau of Reclamation in April of 2011 to serve as the agency’s top ranked scientist and was one of the highest ranking scientists in the entire federal government.

His job was to review and insure the scientific data, integrity and honesty in the Klamath dam removal project. But federal government officials didn’t like his conclusions and he faced internal reprisal and then employment termination.

“We are showing our support for Dr. Houser and invite the public to attend these meetings,” said Frank Tallerico, a leader of the Bi-State Alliance. “Come and listen. He has much to tell us.”

Science is the issue.

Local citizens have long complained that fraudulent science is being used by government agencies to advocate the destruction of four hydro-electric dams on the Klamath River. Three of these dams are in California and the J.C. Boyle dam is on the Oregon side.

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