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This is a model of environmental irresponsibility -- which the Wisconsin Mining Association is trying to get Wisconsin to adopt -- that will, in fact, prevent the State of Wisconsin from enforcing the already adequate and quite comprehensive and protective legislation which now protects ground water and surface water from this type of mining. Gedicks said the question is this: Christopher Cline is a billionaire who owns large coal reserves in Illinois and Northern Appalachia.
Coal industry publications describe his leadership style as confrontational. In he closed down a West Virginia mine when workers voted to join the union. He then reopened the mine without union workers. As popular opposition to the practice of mountaintop removal coal mining spread in Appalachia, Cline shifted his new investments to Illinois coal.
The company's coal mines in Illinois use longwall mining to remove the entire coal seam. Once the coal has been removed the ground sinks, sometimes to a depth of more than four feet as the earth above the excavated coal fills the void.
Environmental groups have protested that longwall mining has disrupted stream flows, polluted aquifers and permanently damaged historic buildings. While the Gogebic Range is not as high as mountains in Appalachia, the mining has the same end result: Cardin asked Gedicks if there would be a challenge to the Gogebic Taconite project from Native Americans. Gedicks said the Bad River tribe met with Governor Walker's office.
Although they were heard, the Governor's office has done nothing about it. The tribe has, however, received authority from the EPA to set up their own water quality standards -- for water that affects their wild rice -- in order to prohibit any discharges of polluted water that would threaten their existence as a tribal entity.Swim North East Regional Open Championships 2018
Click on map for larger version. A July 6,document listing the Bad River Tribe's water quality standards states this in its introduction: The program authority granted by the EPA is in addition to the Tribe's historic hunting, fishing, gathering, and usufructuary rights, and is in addition to the Tribe's treaty rights.
Gedicks said not only does AMD destroy wild rice, the acid also releases 26 other heavy metals, including mercury, into the environment. Some of these heavy metals would go into Lake Superior. Toward the end of the radio interview, Joy Cardin noted an email question from a listener in Hurley, who asked about jobs, noting mining has been successful in other states so why not have it in Wisconsin.
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Sullivan had said that the construction process for the Penokee project would include - jobs. The mine itself would offer jobs. According to Sullivan, most of the jobs would be semi-skilled, not requiring advanced training.
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In addition to these new jobs, the project would help sustain mining-related jobs in other parts of Wisconsin, such as machinery to be manufactured in Milwaukee. Gedicks questioned the listener's word "successful," pointing out that schools are closed in many former taconite mining locations in Minnesota. He calls this the "resource curse" -- communities that are the richest in resources turn out to be the most impoverished because the mining companies take out the minerals but fail to invest in the community.
The people don't receive the economic benefits they've been promised. Whether or not a job as a taconite miner is a "benefit" is questionable as well if one considers human health impacts of taconite mining.
In his September article, Gedicks comments on health effects of taconite mining on Minnesota miners: Eastern on Saturday afternoons, as well as three post-season matches.
This marked the first time that the NWSL had a weekly broadcast window throughout the entire season. Players also wear a sleeve patch of the network's logo on their uniforms. This deal marked the first time Lifetime had broadcast sports since the WNBA in the late s and early s. President Donald Trump 's signing of executive orders that ban travelers from several Muslim nations and orders a physical wall to be built between Mexico and the United States.
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Not much I should imagine. Anyhows nothing else of note occurred and I arrived back home at about I whizzed into the car park, propped Pegasus by the bicycle racks and pulled out my lock. I couldn't get the key into the hole and after stubbornly making a number of attempts I drew the conclusion that I may have brought the wrong key. I'm having a bit of trouble with keys this week.
So, putting on my best forlorn face and explaining about my complete lack of any discernible intelligence, I politely asked the young lady behind the counter if I might be permitted to leave Pegasus in the foyer? I skipped happily into the changing area and then plunged headlong into the busy pool. About 10 lengths later I got a twinge of cramp in my left calf, bloody buggery bugger. I pulled up, massaged it for a while and decided to spend 20 minutes or so doing the walking exercise that Dave has been trying, it turns out it's pretty effective too; although I did get a few strange looks from some of the other swimmers.