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Yet again, the EPA shows it has an anti-jobs and anti-business agenda. The ruling by the state MPA was sufficient. The feds now put costly and unnecessary regulations on top of the what the state mandated. The EPA is unchecked and unaccountable and is full of leftists who hate business. These are costly modifications to industries that have good paying jobs. This will negatively impact them.
Yet the stink and sewage coming from the paper mills in Cloquet never warrants a peep from this newspaper because guess where newsprint paper comes from?
These "earth worshippers" will never be satisfied until we are regulated back to the Stone Age.
What a slap for our state EPA. Breathing is so much more inportant than $.
"Yet again, the EPA shows it has an anti-jobs and anti-business agenda."----Jobs and businesses don't benefit people that can't breathe. Especially when they continue to put smog into that air. There are such things as businesses that can fix the smog problems with he products they put into smokestacks. Unfortunately conservatives want overseas owners to get more and more wealthy as they take Americas natural resources and leave the country polluted for us Americans that live here to deal with and clean up. Hey, as long as someone overseas gets rich off our demise right? Hmmmm..... How American and how patriotic.
groover6Jan. 17, 13 7:00 PM
These "earth worshippers" will never be satisfied until we are regulated back to the Stone Age.___________Well we DO live on it..you people won't rest until every pristine corner of nature looks like Wisconsin Dells.
Us "earth worshipper" care more about people then the profits of stockholders.
If you've ever been in the BW and the haze is si think you'd think you were in Los Angeles. I am happy about this rule. And those coal fired power plants and the plants in the range push hundreds of thousands of tons of NO2 and sulphur dioxide into the air every year. This planet is our home, not some dump anyone can put all their posions into. The companies will get tax credits for putting in the new technology anyway.
I hate BWCA mornings when I wake up and hear the loons cough.
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