Monday, November 16, 2015

While Wisconsin residents demand safe drinking water, Sen. Vukmir and Rep. Kooyenga propose Iran business sanctions

Just a sample of what's going on.

The above map accompanies Nitrate in water widespread, current rules no match.  (Appleton Post-Crescent, 11/15/2015)

Their lips are sealed.
The DNR, which is responsible for protecting groundwater, declined to provide anyone for an interview with the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism about nitrate in Wisconsin’s drinking water. Former agency spokesman Bill Cosh also refused to answer questions about what strategy DNR was pursuing to reduce nitrate, directing a reporter instead to previously published reports.

Related articles:
Cost of most drinking water pollution is borne by consumer.  (Oshkosh Northwestern, 11/15/2015)
Wisconsin lawmakers propose Iran business prohibitions.  (Racine Journal Times, 11/15/2015)

Related posts:
Dear Kewaunee County, You voted for him, now you're paying the consequences.  (11/15/2015)
Scott Walker telegraphs that Wisconsin DNR will likely ignore UW, USDA and other findings.  (11/14/2015)
September 2015 UPDATE: On June 6, 2014, employees of Michael, Best & Friedrich donated $28,046.81 to Scott Walker and $500 to Mary Burke.  (9/17/2015)
Kewaunee County's CAFO concentration.  (10/23/2014)

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