Why have our ports been silent on their position of the proposed liquefied natural gas projects, now two of them on the Columbia River?

Do they know what the U.S. Coast Guard knows, that LNG tanker ships have precedence over all other ships on the river except for U.S. military ships and cruise ships?

Does this tell them anything about the huge potential for delays to their shippers? We cannot afford to lose business in our ports.

Sandra Davis

Longview, Wash

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