“'The federal government defines critical infrastructure as follows: ‘systems and assets so vital to the United States that the incapacity of them would have debilitating impact on security, national public health, or safety’,” explained Kathleen Patton, the widow of Abita Brewery’s founding partner. “Pipelines like Bayou Bridge don’t fit that definition. All of the oil is for export. It’s to benefit private investors, not the public sector, while the public threat is people dying from environmental pollutants.
'The real reason for this bill’s assault on constitutional rights of free speech and free assembly is to effectively change the reach of government to include private profitability,' she concluded."
Here's a the rest of the article from Bayou Brief: https://www.bayoubrief.com/2018/04/08/free-speech-depends-on-who-is-speaking/