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Rapid changes in North Dakota

June 1, 2014

Michelle Solensky, Jamestown I grew up in North Dakota, and returned with my family five years ago. In the past five years, I have seen rapid changes in this state....

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Jun-01-14 9:08 AM

The best action is to stop the leaks, spills and other damage from oil. Most all r preventable. Greed prevails however so i say let them destroy nd until our state leaders and the voting public have had enough. If greed prevails there is little hope for good land stewardship.

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Jun-01-14 9:12 AM

Just where is all that "regulation" the right complains about when some 180 wells r drilled every 20 days? Why does the pollution continue without reduction? Visit the Missouri river and take a good look, up close at some of the most pristine water in the world and kiss it goodbye. What will it take 2 stop this destruction?

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