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Court should let EPA help Adirondacks

June 29, 2013

Hopefully the Supreme Court will recognize that the people of the United States need their federal government to reduce acid rain and mercury pollution....

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wondering

Jul-03-13 9:08 PM

Non existent pollution are you really that stupid prober??

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ITprober

Jul-03-13 11:58 AM

hey, why not focus on attracting businesses to the "Park" instead of whining about the non-existent pollution. We are in a DEPRESSION! Get it???????

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ITprober

Jul-03-13 11:56 AM

I have a question. At any time, in the past, oh, say 30 years has anyone here, in this "Park" ever lived in the Midwest? If anyone has, they would know that emissions and mercury output by plants in Chicago IL, Gary IN, Milwaukee WI, and Toledo OH, have been reduced drastically since the over regulation of the air, land and seas have been bullied into place. whine and complain is all I hear about the Oh so precious Adirondacks. You people dont even know what is beyond your own back yards, except the rose colored glasses you all view toking life from. The major cities in the Midwest, also including St. Louis, are a thousand times cleaner than they were back in 1980. Wheeling WV, and Pittsburgh PA are not producing steel anymore so that is one feather in your nose. Oh and your president is going to shut down coal, so, your perfectly clean air dream is going to come true, unless you cant get rid of all the gasoline. Jeeze... so self centered.....

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