Bills QB AJ McCarron fails to impress in final preseason game
It’s safe to say that AJ McCarron will not be the answer at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills this season. McCarron got the chance to start the Bills’ final preseason game on Thursday night, and he did not look good. The team was shutout in the first half of the game. Midway through the third quarter, McCarron’s quarterback rating had dropped to 1.0 as he was 5-for-18 for 39 yards and two interceptions.AJ McCarron’s QB rating has dipped to 1.0 in this game. He is 5 for 16 for 39 yards and 2 interceptions.— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) August 31, 2018That’s the second straight game where McCarron has failed to impress.
“Today, California ’ s message to the Trump administration is simple: Not here, not now,” said Governor Brown. “We will not let the federal government SB 834 and AB 1775 block the Trump administration’ s plan to expand offshore oil drilling by prohibiting new leases for new construction of
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills Saturday to block new offshore oil drilling off the state by barring the construction of pipelines, piers, wharves or other infrastructure necessary to transport the oil and gas from federal waters to stat.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills Saturday to block new offshore oil drilling off the state by barring the construction of pipelines, piers, wharves or other infrastructure necessary to transport the oil and gas from federal waters to state land.
The bill signings lock into law the promises of Brown and other state officials who declared this year they would do whatever it takes to stop the Trump administration from opening California waters to drilling on an unprecedented scale.
Bills release wide receiver Corey Coleman
The Bills had just acquired Coleman from the Browns on Aug. 5.That "fresh start" lasted less than a month. The Bills released Coleman Saturday morning, according to NFL Network.
“Today, California ’ s message to the Trump administration is simple: Not here, not now,” Brown said in a statement. Both the Republican and Democratic candidates vying to be the next governor have declared that the state’ s commitment to block new offshore drilling would not change under their
Jerry Brown signed legislation to block new offshore oil drilling in federal waters of the state' s coast. Jerry Brown the bill that would ban docks, pipelines or other onshore infrastructure needed to Brown also announced California ' s opposition to the federal government' s plan to expand oil
"Today, California's message to the Trump administration is simple: Not here, not now," Brown said in a statement. "We will not let the federal government pillage public lands and destroy our treasured coast."
Under the bills Brown signed, the State Lands Commission, which has jurisdiction over tidelands and waters extending roughly three miles offshore, is prohibited from granting leases for new pipelines and infrastructure — the most economical way to transport oil and gas to land. The commission also would be barred from renewing an existing lease if that action would result in increased oil or natural gas production from federal waters.
Oil and gas production from the state's tidelands peaked in the 1960s and has been more or less declining since. The state has not issued a new offshore oil and gas lease since the devastating 1969 spill in Santa Barbara turned public sentiment against offshore drilling. In 1994, the state Legislature passed the California Coastal Sanctuary Act, which prohibits new leasing in state waters.
Over the decades, governors across party lines, as well as the State Lands and California Coastal commissions have fought additional offshore drilling — successfully challenging federal efforts in court when necessary.
Trump rolls back pollution rules for drilling on US lands .
The Trump administration has rolled back an Obama-era rule meant to curb climate-changing pollution caused by huge volumes of natural gas that escapes after being drilled from U.S. lands. The move cancels a 2016 rule adopted under President Barack Obama that forced energy companies to capture methane, a key contributor to climate change. The replacement rule does not have the same mandates for companies to reduce gas pollution.It comes a week after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed weakening a similar rule for emissions from public and private lands.