Are Clean Rivers Too Expensive?

Well, this is certainly a disturbing turn of events.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency let Montana excuse itself from requirements to protect world-class trout streams from the pollution that creates toxic algal blooms. The reason? It would simply cost too much to protect rivers to the degree the law requires, attorneys told judges for the Ninth Circuit on Thursday.

LINK (via: Courthouse News)

 

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One thought on “Are Clean Rivers Too Expensive?

  1. I am not surprised my original comment wasn’t allowed to be be posted since I called out the hypocrisy of the liberal green movement in it.

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