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Federal proposed plans

Carbon regs would impact everyone

May 4, 2014

The North Dakota Public Service Agency is actively telling the federal Environmental Protection Agency to slow down with proposed carbon regulation plans for power plants and give industry time to......

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Legend

May-05-14 10:25 PM

We need more power and speculation has it costing more money. Yet another cost of oil. 20% higher cost of living out west from oil. That is higher than the righty liars said the ACA would cost. They r silent on oil because it is their God. St. Peter will ask "What did u do 2 my Garden of Eden in ND? going down!

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Legend

May-05-14 10:19 PM

EB: To late. They looked the other way at flaring, pipe testing, installation,monitoring, filter sock tracking, rail regs for ND sweet crude and many more. They were without ethics b4 oil, now their only goal is fill the bank accounts. They lied about the crime out west and hid many leaks and spills for weeks.

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centerfield

May-05-14 11:47 AM

The PSC must have gotten a promise for more campaign money or a future job with big oil. Oh, maybe from the coal industry too. I see where the Denver Post ran an article about oil spill cleanup that indicates how much oil is not cleaned up. Guess there might be some oil left over at the Tioga area spill. I think they are still cleaning up the tar sand spill in Michigan four-five years later?

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Marvin51

May-05-14 9:35 AM

We can pass lots of laws, but they are ignored anyway.

Remember when the Governor took money from oil companies while ruling on a special oil unit? That is a felony. Remember how people were so mad they petitioned over it. Remember how they were completely blocked at every turn?

Remember a couple of PSC Commissioners taking money from a coal executive while ruling on siting a coal mine? What happened there is Cramer was sent to Congress.

Passing more laws would just be a show to pretend to the public.

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EarlyBird

May-04-14 9:46 AM

You would have to be deaf, dumb and blind to not know the PSC hasn't been doing their job protecting ND and it's citizens since all the lobbyists hit Bismarck. We need to limit lobbying as soon as possible before they have the next generation of politicians bought and paid for too.

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