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May 09, 2013


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J.A. Stroeve

the meme "regulation (of dangerous and harmful industrial practices) will kill jobs" is old and worn out. Historical empirical data support just the opposite position: regulation to preserve lands and waters actually creates jobs. Keep frac'ing away from trout streams, Minnesota!

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