Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Reliable Source Says Walker Signed Pollution Permission Bill

I'd rate the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce a reliable source on this issue, so

Happy Day-After-Earth Day, Wisconsin - - Where Earth Day Was Founded.
Says The Daily Reporter, via AP:
Wisconsin’s largest business group says Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that would give wastewater plants, paper mills and food processors up to 20 years to comply with the state’s phosphorus limits... 
Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce released a statement Wednesday saying Walker has signed the bill.
History from 2010, when Wisconsin government still had environmental values based on a long legacy, and an all-parties-at-the-table collaborative ethic. 

And then the Walkerites took control and turned over Wisconsin environmental policy-making to the WMC.


Anonymous said...

still no proclamation by walker recognizing earth day and honoring gaylord nelson, a much bigger man than walker in every way.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Waukesha will need to redo it's application again due to all the phosphorus loading proposed for the Root River.

Those poor darn trout. They'll never get past the flora and fauna that was the Root River.

Anonymous said...

Georgia Pacific, a division of Koch Industries, will benefit from Walker's miscreant decision.