State to end PFC monitoring in east metro

  • Article by: JIM ANDERSON , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 16, 2013 - 9:48 PM

Instead, money will go to study mercury levels in kids and air-quality problems.

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overlandFeb. 17, 13 9:00 AM

There is no excuse for ending this monitoring. There is also no excuse for assessing 3M for every dime their pollution has caused, every dime of monitoring, clean up and health care and liability for injury and death. Yet this would be cut, corporate taxes would be cut! Not acceptable.

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overlandFeb. 17, 13 9:41 AM

Make that: There is also no excuse for NOT assessing 3M for every dime their pollution has caused, every dime of monitoring, clean up and health care and liability for injury and death.

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forpeopleFeb. 17, 1310:31 AM

This is another example of Dayton's cruel disregard of the needs of average citizens. First he wants to tax folks into poverty (with his regressive sales tax) and then he will let them die from pollution. I voted for this liar. What a disappointment. It did not take him long to show his true colors.

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eljayeffFeb. 17, 1312:13 PM

Yes forpeople - again the Governor strikes - rest assured that none of his new policies will affect those in his tax bracket! He could care less for the middle and lower class popluation of this state. There is something to be said for not electing someone who has a "deer in the headlights" kinda stare.

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