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Flexibility for the future

April 13, 2014

Al Geisen, Bismarck The Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment could provide farmers and ranchers with more options and flexibility in conservation programs than they are getting currently......

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Legend

Apr-14-14 9:57 PM

JA: In the end, the only pristine badlands will be the Nat. Parks--thanks to the Fed. The rest of the badlands will look like a porcupine with mange--thanks to the private sector. In a big part their greed is to satisfy export demands--at the price of our once beautiful badlands. Have a filter sock on me.

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Legend

Apr-14-14 9:57 AM

Kinda like greenspace in a dumpground when done out west. How about putting our conservation efforts in a trinagle area from jamestown to harvey to rugby--where oil is not expected, the population is low and the terrain is not just tree rows? Oil is just 25% complete out west--can u imagine what 4 times that will look like? Add 4 times the pollution.

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JackAaah

Apr-13-14 11:08 AM

Vote a big YES on this amendment.....as it will, if implemented, provide more growth of BigGovernment which is a great need in today's modern soceity.....a great need in moving us forword...

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