Far-reaching bill stirs conflict over who should — and can — monitor mining. (Wisconsin State Journal, 10/25/2013)
The high cost of government. Bob Bingen, representing the Aggegrate Producers of Wisconsin, said there is too much regulation.
“This is a very expensive system,” Bingen said. “It is having a chilling effect on business expansion in the state.”
In the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign's campaign finance database, Bob Bingen lists his employer as Michels Corp.
According to Wikipedia, Michels Materials, a subsidiary of the corporation, is the largest aggregate producer in Wisconsin, operating more than 100 limestone quarries and gravel pits.
The Nipper Chronicles: The frac sand mining masters speak. (10/18/2013)
Things aren't so tranquil in Glenwood City Wisconsin lately (10/10/2013)